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Full text of "Report of the Philippine Exposition Board to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and official list of awards granted by the Philippine International Jury at the Philippine Government Exposition World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo"

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Louisiana Purchase Exposition 



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OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS 



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Philippine International Jury 

At the Philippine Government Exposition 

WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS, MO. 



ST. Louis, Mo., U. S. A. 
1904 






OF THE 



Philippine Exposition Board 



TO THE 



Louisiana Purchase Exposition 



AND 

OFFICIAL LIST. OF AWARDS 

GRANTED BY THE 

Philippine International Jury 

At the Philippine Government Exposition 

WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS, MO. 



ST. Louis, Mo., U. S. A. 
1904 



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REPORT OF THE 

PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION BOARD 

TO THE 

LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION 



The Philippine Exposition Board was created by Act 514 of the Philip- 
pine Commission, passed for the purpose of collecting and installing a disj 
tinctively Philippine exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904, 
at St. Louis, Mo. 

The original act carried an appropriation of $125,000, which was made 
immediately available, and authorized the Board to incur additional obliga- 
tions to the amount of $250,000 apart from such sum as might be set aside by 
the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company as aid to the Philippine exhibit. 
The amount of such aid was $200,000, from the appropriation made by 
congress. 

Several amendments to Act 514 were made, notably Acts .765-827-1055, 
and other acts carrying additional appropriations. 

The Exposition Board, as originally appointed, consisted of Dr. W. P. 
Wilson, Director of the Philadelphia Commercial Museum; Dr. Gustavo Nie- 
derlein, Chief of the Scientific Department of the Philadelphia Museums, and 
Mr. Pedro A. Paterno, of Manila, as members, and Dr. Leon M. Guerrero, 
also of Manila, secretary. Mr. Carson Taylor was appointed disbursing officer. 

Several changes in the authorized official organization have occurred. 
Mr. Pedro A. Paterno, member, whose work had been confined to the 
Philippine Islands, resigned in August, 1904, and was succeeded by Mr. A. 
L. Lawshe, auditor for the Philippine Islands, who was appointed to serve 
during a leave of absence from the Philippines. Dr. W. P. Wilson resigned 
the chairmanship in October, 1904, the resignation to take effect November 
ist following. Mr. Lawshe was appointed to the chairmanship to succeed 
Dr. Wilson, and Mr. Herbert S. Stone, previously connected with the Board 
as Chief of Publicity, was appointed to the vacant membership on the Board. 

The present chairman of the Board, not having participated in any man- 
ner in organizing or installing the Philippine exhibit, is in a position to dis- 

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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



cbs-s : without 'indelicacy or impropriety the great work done by the Board 
under its former organization. 

The task of collecting the material for the exhibit devolved upon Dr. 
Niederlein, who, as Director of Exhibits, was given sole charge of this work. 
He arrived in the islands for the purpose in October, 1902. The exhibit 
as completed is of itself a magnificent testimonial to his intelligence, zeal and 
energy, and is conceded by all to be the one surpassing feature of the World's 
Fair of 1904. 

Chairman Wilson made a brief visit to the Philippine Islands in May,. 
1903, to arrange plans for the work, and upon his return undertook the 
construction of the buildings and the beautifying of the grounds. Forty- 
seven acres of rolling country, lying for the most part, on an ele- 
vation of the southwestern section of the World's Fair grounds were assigned 
to the Philippine exhibit. The work of construction consisted in building 
a miniature city with streets and parks and complete sewerage, water and 
electric light and fire alarm systems. The ground plan included a central 
park or plaza, beautifully ornamented by the landscape gardener's art, the 
sides of the quadrangle being occupied respectively by the Cathedral, or 
Educational building, the typical Manila house, the Commerce building and 
the Government or Administration building, each of these beautiful struc- 
tures being filled with appropriate exhibits. In addition, there are separate 
exhibit buildings devoted to forestry, to mines and metallurgy, to agri- 
culture and horticulture, to fish and game and to ethnology, all artistically 
placed. A reproduction of the ancient walls of Manila commands the main 
approach to the Philippine grounds. After crossing a miniature reproduc- 
tion of the Bridge of Spain which spans the Pasig river at Manila, the 
visitors enters the Philippine reservation through the Real gate, villages typical 
of Philippine life from the lowest grade to the better class surround the 
main buildings, while on the south side are the quarters, camps and parade 
grounds of the Philippines constabulary and the Philippine scouts. The 
"Manila Observatory," with a large out-door relief map on the east, and 
a hospital and office building in a convenient space on the west part of the 
grounds, and the usual complement buildings occupied by concessionaires, as 
restaurants, places of entertainment, and booths, complete the scheme. 

Each and every building constructed under Philippine auspices is typical of 
the islands. Vast quantities of bamboo and nipa brought from the archi- 
pelago were used in the construction of the native villages, as well as in the 
Forestry, Mines, Agricultural and Fish and Game buildings. The visitor 
familiar with Philippine scenes is struck with the accuracy of the reproduc- 
tions which he beholds. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 



While the expenditure for the exhibit has far exceeded the amount orig- 
inally contemplated by the Philippine Commission, due to many causes and 
conditions not necessary to discuss here the concensus of opinion as gathered 
from visitors is that it is worth all it has cost and more, in giving to the 
people of the United States a more intimate knowledge of the resources and 
possibilities of the Philippine Islands than they could acquire except by an 
actual and extended visit. 

The exhibit is, moreover, an honest one. While all of the seventy or 
more groups of people in the archipelago could not be represented, we have 
the least civilized in the Negritos and the^Igorots; the semi-civilized in the 
Bagobos and the Moros, and the civilized and cultured in the Visayans, as 
well as in the constabulary and scout organizations. In all other respects, 
commercially, industrially, and socially, the exhibit is a faithful portrayal. 

The official staff of the board was as follows : 

Dr. Wm. P. Wilson, chairman. 

Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, member and director of exhibits. 

Mr. Pedro A. Paterno, member. 

Dr. Leon M. Guerrero, secretary. 

Mr. Edmund A. Felder, executive officer. 

Mr. Carson Taylor, disbursing officer. 

Mr. H. C. Lewis, cashier. 

Rev. Jose Algue, S. J., director of the Philippine Weather Bureau and 
director of the Philippine Exposition Observatory. 

Captain M. C. Butler, U. S. A., director of supplies. 

Captain Llewellyn P. Williamson, medical department, U. S. A., medical 
director. 

Mr. Chas. L. Hall, chief, Department of Agriculture. 

Mr. Chas. P. Fenner, chief, Department of Commerce and Manufactures 
and representative of the American Chamber of Commerce of Manila. 

Mr. A. R. Hager, chief, Department of Education. 

Dr. Albert E. Jenks, chief, Ethnological Survey for the Philippine Is- 
lands and chief, Department of Ethnology, Philippine Exposition. 

Mr. Roy Hopping, chief, Department of Mines and Metallurgy. 

Mr. Herbert S. Stone, .chief, Department of Publicity. 

Mr. Alfred C. Newell, chief, Department of Exploitation. 

Mr. Wm. N. Swarthout, editor of the Manila Times, on special duty. 

Mr. Geo. P. Linden, curator of exhibits, in charge of Forestry. 

Captain F. E. Cofren, P. C., chief of war exhibit 

Mr. Antonio G. Escamilla, assistant secretary. 

Captain Geo. S. Clark, purchasing agent. 



PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Mr. A. E. Anderson, architect. 

Mr. Jas. D. Lalor, chief engineer. 

Miss Pilar Zamora, superintendent of Model School. 

Mr. Jose Quadras, chief of Fish and Game. 

In addition to this official staff, there was a large force of laborers, 
clerks, etc., employed in installing and maintaining the exhibits. 

In spite of the hard rains, the Philippine Exposition was formally 
opened to the public on June i8th, and Colonel Edwards as representative of 
the secretary of war, transferred the exhibits to President Francis. In the 
presence of a large crowd, the parade of eleven hundred natives, ranging 
from the uniformed Scouts to the simply-garbed Igorot, passed in review 
before the secretary of the_treasury, Honorable Leslie M. Shaw, President Fran- 
cis, General John C. Bates, commanding the Northern Division of the United 
States army, Colonel Edwards, and other distinguished visitors. The stand 
was decorated with American flags and the arms of the Philippines with the 
devices of the different provinces. The exercises were opened with prayer 
by Rev. Jose Algue, S. J., director of the Philippine Weather Bureau. Dr. 
Wilson, chairman of the board, then spoke of the collection of exhibits and the 
preparation of the Exposition. He was followed by Colonel Edwards who 
read a number of congratulatory telegrams from President Roosevelt, Secre- 
tary Taft and others. Addresses were also made by Mayor Wells, President 
Francis and Dr. Niederlein, director of exhibits. 

August 1 3th, the anniversary of the fall of Manila was set aside by the 
Exposition authorities as "Philippine Day" and for a week or more before 
that date was widely advertised. At 10:30 in the morning-, over 6,000 soldiers 
of the United States formed at the parade entrance, escorted the guest of 
honor, the secretary of war, and other distinguished guests, through the 
grounds of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition to the Philippine reserva- 
tion. In the grandstand many veterans of the Philippine campaigns were 
gathered : General Humphrey, General Merritt, General Chas. King, Gen- 
eral Bell, General Smith, General Bates, General Hale, General Wheaton, Col- 
onel Edwards and others, together with President Francis, Mayor Wells, 
the officials of the Philippine Exposition and many of the honorary Filipino 
commissioners. Secretary Taft made a memorable speech on the opportunities 
in the Philippines and the proper legislation to secure the best results. Hon. 
Benito Legarda, president of the honorary commission, spoke of the feeling 
of the Filipinos toward America and American government of the islands and 
the gratification of the members of the commission over the representation 
at St. Louis. Dr. Wilson, Congressman John Allen and others also spoke. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 



THE FORESTRY EXHIBIT. 
MR. GEORGE P. LINDEN, CHIEF. 



This exhibit is installed in a handsome and characteristic bamboo and 
nipa structure of the bungalow type. The exhibit itself is the wonder and 
admiration of visitors, those in a position to know asserting that it is the most 
complete and elaborate of its kind ever gotten together. Certainly no other 
forestry exhibit at the Louisiana 'Purchase Exposition equals it in variety or 
splendor. 

The installation of the Forestry exhibit was completed by the opening 
day. The interior of the building is divided into four parts, of which two 
are utilized to show the woods in the rough, and planed and polished states ; 
a third being used to display the forestry by-products, and the la-st to con- 
tain the finished products made into furniture. This display shows the 
skill of the Filipino workmen in cabinet-making, carving, inlaid-woodwork- 
etc., and demonstrates the possibilities of the various woods. 

THE WOOD EXHIBIT. 

Directly in the central aisle are two pieces of Calantas, or "Philippine 
cedar,'' 36x5 feet in size. One is highly polished, and the other is in the 
rough state, showing the daily work of cutting with an ordinary frame saw by 
Chinese workmen. 

On the left side of the Calantas wood, the timber testing laboratory of 
the Manila Bureau of Forestry has exhibited some of the commercially known 
woods, given all known data relating to same, the vulgar and scientific names, 
locality, distribution, uses and prices on beach and market in Manila. 

On the right side of the Calantas woods, sections of trees eight feet 
high are shown in pairs, one in the rough and one in the polished state. 
Above both exhibits some very fine specimens of boards one inch thick, 
from eighteen to thirty inches wide and twelve to eighteen feet long are dis- 
played. On either side of these columns smaller samples of woods are shown in 
pyramids. Directly in the center of the building in the rotunda, is a column 
of woods twenty feet high made of the respective varieties, Narra, Supa, 
Tindalo and Guijo, all highly polished. The entire wall space of the building 
is covered with planks sixteen feet high, shown in pairs, planed and varnished. 
In the southeast and southwest parts of the building, extremely large sam- 
ples of Narra, Calantas and Tindalo are displayed, each being fourteen to 
sixteen feet long, not less than three to four feet wide and ranging from six 
to eight inches in thickness. There is also a Narra table top nine feet 
seven inches in diameter. 



10 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

THE BY-PRODUCTS. 

This section of the building is lined with show cases in which are 
principally displayed gums, rosins, medicinal plants, seeds, fruits, oil seeds, 
oils and perfumes. In the interior are pyramids of Brea and Gum Almaciga 
(Dammar) and torches made of resin and palm leaves, and some 
cocoanuts. In the corner of the northeast end of the building a pyramid 
of gutta percha and sections of gutta percha trees may be seen. In a wall 
case are rubber samples of different qualities, and manufactured articles of 
calabash and cocoanuts. 

Directly above this show case textile fibers, basts and the gogo or soap- 
bark are displayed. Manufactured articles in the fourth section consist of 
tables, chiffoniers, sideboards, wardrobes, desks, trunks, bedsteads, all highly 
polished, while some are artistically carved and inlaid with mother of pearl. 

The Bureau of Forestry, Manila, exhibits specimens of tested timber, 
models showing transportation of logs, and a large collection of photographs. 
The Government Laboratories present a large herbarium of the Philippine flora. 
Through the entire building suspended from the rafters, are basts, fibers, 
hammocks, raincoats, and woodenware mounted on shields. On the veranda, 
rattans, bamboo timber in the rough, tan and dye barks, fruits of timber trees, 
rattan chairs, and benches are displayed. 

The total number of exhibitors in this department is twelve hundred and 
ninety- four. The Superior jury approved the following awards : 

Grand prizes, three; gold medals, twenty-four; silver medals, thirty-nine; 
bronze medals, thirty-two ; honorable mentions, two hundred and seven ; total 
number awards granted, three hundred and five. 

On August 5th, the Filipino students arrived, and eight were detailed to 
the Forestry building to explain 'the different exhibits to visitors. 



COMMERCE AND MANUFACTURERS. 
CHARLES P. FENNER, CHIEF. 



While in the Philippines, Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, of the Philippine Ex- 
position board, conceived the idea of making a commercial exhibit, showing 
the articles of importation, their cost, method of packing, etc. This was 
carried to a most successful conclusion, and has awakened much interest in 
Philippine commercial matters, which can but result in benefit to both 
American and Philippine business men. Exhibitors of samples of imports in 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 11 



this department have been awarded suitable medals and diplomas for their 
collaboration and the wisdom of the scheme has been fully demonstrated. 

The work of installation began February 2Oth and was concluded on 
June 1 6th, since which date the Commerce building has been open to the 
public. This work was accomplished by the building of nineteen wall cases, 
placing of thirty smaller cases, setting up and finishing three large private 
cases for cigars and cigarettes, and building a platform and setting up five 
large private cases for liquors, building a platform for a large exhibit of 
rope and hemp and installing nearly eight thousand exhibits. Most of the 
exhibits went in the cases, but some of the larger articles were installed 
without enclosure. 

The jury work was taken up on the arrival of the honorary commis- 
sioners and the number of awards recommended by the jury in the Commerce 
building was as follows: 

For actual exhibitors : Grand prizes, eleven ; gold medals, twenty- 
eight ; silver medals, eighteen ; bronze medals, forty ; honorable mentions, two 
hundred and seventy-one ; special gold medal, one. 

For collaborators : Grand prizes, seven ; gold medals, one ; special gold 
medal, one ; silver medals, twenty-one ; bronze medals, twelve ; honorable 
mentions, eight. 

It is difficult to make the installation of a commercial exhibit attractive 
but with the material and facilities at hand a creditable showing has been 
made. 

The most successful installation in the building is that of the liquors of 
Ynchausti & Company of Manila, who were awarded a gold medal for the 
exhibit and a special gold medal for the superiority of the installation over 
all others in the department. The grand prize was also awarded this com- 
pany for its exhibit of rope which is most attractively installed and has 
elicited very favorable comment as to its appearance and superior quality. 
Their hemp, which was used largely for decorative purposes, was awarded a 
gold medal and they received also a gold medal for their exhibit of sugar. 

The exhibits of the Germinal and Insular Cigar factories each received 
a grand prize and are very well displayed in beautiful native Philippine hard- 
wood cases. 

The display of "El Sport" also received a grand prize and is one of the 
most creditable in the building. 

Gold medals were awarded for the exhibits of hemp to Warner, Barnes 
& Company, McLeod & Company, and Smith, Bell & Company, the latter 
company receiving also a grand prize for its exhibit of Copra. 

The San Miguel Brewery was awarded a grand prize for the excellence 



12 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

and reputation of its product. The Ylang-Ylang industry is represented by 
Stahl & Rumcker, Legarda & Tuason, and H. G. Lane, the first two of whom 
received gold medals and the latter a silver medal. Legarda & Tuason were 
also awarded a gold medal for their exhibit of distilled liquors. For the 
small but excellent exhibit of rope of B. Valenzuela, a gold medal was awarded. 

The Commercial Library, consisting of the Philippine tariff and customs 
administrative act, public laws and resolutions passed by the civil commis- 
sion, and other books of interest, have served excellently as works of reference. 

The department has been in receipt of many inquiries as to commercial 
matters in the islands and has disseminated much valuable information among 
American business men, intending investors, and others interested. 



DEPARTMENT OF LIBERAL ARTS AND FINE ARTS. 
DR. LEON M. GUERRERO, CHIEF. 



LIBERAL, ARTS. 

The objects belonging to the department are installed in the two wings on 
the ground floor of the Government building, while the fine art exhibit is 
placed in the art gallery formed by the rear wing of the building. Taking 
advantage of the available facilities, they were arranged so as to give unity 
to the whole, notwithstanding their variety, thus making the general effect 
pleasing to the eye. 

A collection of mollusks of great scientific value belonging to Mr. Quad- 
ras, and a collection of insects prepared by Charles S. Banks, were placed, 
respectively in the right and left wings of the building. Although not really 
belonging to the department they have proved to be a great attraction to the 
intelligent public. 

The large collection of books, pamphlets, newspapers, photographs, etc., 
relating to the Philippines, the maps, the public and private house models, the 
different exhibits of the Insular Government, bureaus, have also been ex- 
hibited in the places above mentioned. The needle work in silk cloth, pina 
and cotton, together with work in leather, silver and gold, and musical in- 
struments noteworthy on account of perfect workmanship, as shown in the 
piano of Mr. Trinidad, are equally well displayed for public inspection. 
Among the musical productions should be specially mentioned, the Tonopsis 
Mecanica of Mr. Canseco, an apparatus which, by purely mechanical means, 
gives the chords of any melody. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 13 

After the review of the Superior jury, the prizes awarded to this de- 
partment were as follows : 

Grand prizes, fourteen ; gold medals, fifty-five ; silver medals, sixty- 
four; bronze medals, forty-five; honorable mentions, one hundred and twen- 
ty-three. 

FINE ARTS. 

The main installation was made in the reception hall of the Government 
building, both for paintings and sculpture. Of the first mentioned there 
were sixty-one, selected for special merit, and of the second twenty- 
eight, notable for their artistic inception and execution. The remainder were 
divided between the Educational building and the Manila house, there being 
eighty-five oil paintings aside from water colors and some drawings in 
crayon, thirty-five pieces of sculpture and eight wood-carvings. Among the 
pieces of sculpture there were included certain ancient pieces which, in cer- 
tain respects, illustrate the history of this branch of fine arts cultivated by 
the Filipinos with special application to religious inconography. 

The artists of many of these works have been recognized in other com- 
petitions as real masters in the world of art, notably: Luna, Resureccion- 
Hidalgo, Zaragoza, De la Rosa, Rivera, Espiritu, Antillon and Santos among 
the painters and Pardo de Tavera, Tampinco, Teotico, Gaudinez, Garcia and 
others in sculpture and wood-carving. 

In July the paintings and sculptures were examined, and the following 
awards were unanimously made : 

Grand prizes, four; gold medals, fifteen; silver medals, thirty-one; 
bronze medals, thirty-eight; honorable mentions, forty-two. 

A large number of people visited and admired these exhibits daily. 



THE PHILIPPINE WEATHER BUREAU. 
DR. RAMON LACSON, CHTKF. 



The Manila observatory has taken a special interest in the St. Lou?s Ex- 
position and has exhibited a model of a first-class metereological-seismic station 
equipped with the very latest instruments. This model, unlike the others on 
exhibition at the World's Fair, is in working order, and all the recording 
instruments are continually kept in motion by the head mechanic of the 
Manila Central observatory, Mr. Roman Trinidad. 

The work in this meterological station consists principally in taking two 
daily observations of Green's mercurial barometer, of the maximum and mini- 



14 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

mum temperature of the psychrometer, of the direction of the winds and of 
the clouds, and also when it rains the amount of rain that has fallen before 
the time of the observation. Besides these direct observations, the following- 
phenomena are automatically recorded the velocity and direction of the wind 
with Richard's Anemograph and Anemo-cinemograph, with Friez' Quadruple 
Register and with an Anemograph invention of the observatory; the rainfall 
with Richard's pluviograph ; the atmospheric pressure with the ordinary Rich- 
ard's barograph; the electric disturbances with both Odenbach's and Fenyi's 
ceraunographs. The universal miscroseismograph, invention of Vicentini, but 
modified by Father Algue and built by the mechanics of the Manila observatory 
is also carefully set each day. 

As is well known, the Manila observatory exhibits also a set of relief 
maps, each of which is an original map, having been built by the 
mechanics of the Manila observatory under the direction of Rev. Jose Algue, 
S. J. The most important of these maps and the one that evokes the general 
admiration of visitors, is the huge out-door map of the Philippine Islands, as 
defined by the Paris treaty in 1896 and the subsequent treaty with Spain in 
1899. This map measures no feet from north to south and 75 feet from east 
to west, the horizontal scale being 36 to 50 kilometers, and the vertical scale in 
the proportion of twenty-eight inches to every five kilometers. 

In order that the climate of the Philippines may be more universally 
known, the pamphlet, "The Climate of the Philippine Islands," by Rev. Jose 
Algue, published by the Department of Commerce and Labor, is distributed 
among inquiring visitors. 

The installation of the Philippine Weather Bureau exhibit was complete 
at the formal opening of the Philippine Exposition grounds on June 18, 1904. 
The exhibit is divided into two sections; the meterologico-seismical, and the 
geographical. 

The Metereologico-seismical section is represented by a model first-class 
Metereologico-seismical station, which has been awarded the grand prize by 
the Philippine International jury of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. The 
station is provided not only with instruments that are generally to be found 
in first-class metereologico-seismical stations, such as thermometers, barometers 
and barographs, anemometers and anemographs, pluviometers and pluvio- 
graph s, psychrometers and psychrographs, sunshine recorder, vaporimeter 
and peismographs, but also with instruments that have been recently invented, 
and which are to be found only in a few well appointed observatories. First 
in importance among these instruments is the baro-cyclone-meter of Rev. 
Jose Algue, S. J. This instrument, tog-ether with the Refraction Nephoscope 
of the same inventor, has been awarded the "Grand Prize." The others are the 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 15 

universal microseismograph of the Vicentini type, built by Mr. Roman Trini- 
dad and other mechanics of the Manila observatory, under the direction of 
Rev. Jose Algue, S. J., who also modified the vertical part of the apparatus, 
which was awarded a "Gold Medal ;" the Seismographic Pedulum of Fr. Suarez, 
S. J., built by the same mechanics, also merited a "Gold Medal;" the two types 
of ceratmographs, the Odenbach's and the Fenyi's; the first named one is a 
duplicate of the only ceraunograph existing in the new continent, while the 
other is the first ceraunograph built according to the plans of the inventor, who 
is the only one that has experimented extensively in this line in the old con- 
tinent. All of these instruments have been in working order since the begin- 
ning of the Exposition, and two daily observations have been taken by Mr. 
Roman Trinidad. 

The geographical section consists principally of the big outdoor relief map 
of the Philippine Islands already described. This map is supplemented by 
eight other relief maps showing the rainfall and wind direction in the islands, 
both during the dry and wet seasons, the mines and mineral springs, the 
political and religious divisions, the ethnography, the earthquake frequency, 
the forestry and agriculture. There are also exhibited several maps of less 
importance, such as the relief map of Manila bay, the map of Manila and 
surrounding towns, used by General Otis, early maps of the Philippines, etc. 
This collection of maps was awarded a grand prize. There are also two maps 
of Mindanao made by Filipino draughtsmen, exhibited by the Society of 
Jesus of the Philippines that have been given a "Gold Medal." The two books, 
"El Archipelago Filipino," and "Labor Evangelica," exhibited by the Society 
of Jesus of the Philippines, and by Rev. Pablo Pasttells, S. J., respectively, 
were each awarded a "Gold Medal." This building has been honored by the 
presence of many intelligent visitors who have admired not only the complete- 
ness of the Metereological-seismical station, but also the skill shown. by the 
Filipinos in preparing the maps. 



THE EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT. 
A. R. HAGER, CHIEF. 



The educational exhibit is installed in a large well lighted building which 
is a diminished model of the Manila cathedral. Central walls and alcoves, cov- 
ered with green burlap, were erected to give wall space, and two hundred 
and twenty square meters of space were thus provided. In preparing the exhibit 
the first step was to enlist the co-operation of the American and Filipino teach- 
ers in the Government schools, about two thousand in number, and as many 



16 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

as possible of the teachers of private schools. To this end, circulars were sent 
to every American teacher, and visits were made ,to the school divisions near 
Manila. Supplies of school materials, uniform paper for written work, etc., 
were sent by the Bureau of Education, which gave every assistance possible 
to schools that requested such material. Letters were written to a number 
of educators in America requesting personal expressions as to what they 
would find most interesting in a Philipine educational exhibit. In response, 
many helpful suggestions were received. 

The educational exhibit, known as ''Department A" of the 'Philippine 
Exposition board, contains collections sent by four hundred and thirty-eight 
exhibitors and consists of eight thousand five hundred and forty-two exhibits. 

Labels of various sizes have been freely used throughout the collection 
to give visitors information regarding collections and conditions of school 
work in the Philippines, particularly where these conditions differ from those 
of the United States. 

Written work has been displayed in flat top wall cases arranged accord- 
ing to school divisions, some of the typical work being shown open under 
glass. These cases are so arranged that they may be opened without disturb- 
ing this displayed work to give access to other written work of the division. 
Notices are printed on each case as follows: 

"Teachers or students who wish to examine for reference the work con- 
tained in this case may obtain access to it by applying at the office in this 
building." 

The industrial exhibits and photographs fill thirty glazed show cases and 
the wall space around these cases, and are arranged by school divisions. These 
show cases vary in size from 1-2 to 7 cubic meters. The photographs were 
placed in glazed frames screwed to the walls, and bear exhibit numbers and 
descriptive labels. 

The Philippine jury of Department "A," after careful examination of the 
exhibits submitted their list of awards to the Superior jury. The revised list 
of awards contains eight grand prizes, as follows : The secretary of Public In- 
struction, and the general superintendent of education, on the exhibit as a 
whole ; the Philippine Model School ; Laguna High School ; Liceo de Manila, 
secondary school ; the Philippine Nautical School ; the Philippine Normal School 
and the University of Santo Tomas. 

Thirty gold medals, seventy-one silver medals, one hundred and ten bronze 
medals, and three hundred and twenty-three honorable mentions were also 
awarded. 

The Model School has been in session since July igth in a typical nipa 
.and bamboo school house especially arranged for exhibition purposes. It is in 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 17 

charge of Miss Pilar Zamora, a Tagalog, who is a teacher in the Philip- 
pine Normal School. Two sessions are held daily, except Monday, the first 
from 9 to 10:30 for children from the Visayan village, and from 10:30 to n :3O 
for children from the villages of the non-christian tribes. The latter includes 
children of the Bontoc Igorot, Stiyoc Igorot, Negrito, Bagobo, Tinguian, Samal 
Moro and Lanao Moro tribes. 

The number of visitors to the Educational building and Model School has 
been large, the number visiting the school during the two and one-half hours' 
session by actual count often exceeding two thousand. 

At the annual meeting of the National Educational Association, papers on 
Philippine education were read by Dr. E. B. Bryan, former general superin- 
tendent of education, Miss Pilar Zamora, superintendent of the Model School, 
and A. R. Hager. 

Miss Pilar Zamora also delivered an address on 'Philippine education at H 
Chautauqua, New York, on the afternoon of August nth. 

A register of visiting teachers has been kept since the opening day and 
now contains some thirteen thousand names. Many of the schools which sent 
exhibits included letters from the pupils to American boys and girls. These 
letters have been distributed to teachers who were interested and who have 
agreed to see that they are answered. This promises to result in an interesting 
correspondence between school children in the Philippines and those in all parts 
of the United States. 

An interesting feature of the exhibit is a record, with data, of each Fili- 
pino student in America. The records of students sent to America at the 
expense of the Insular government were furnished by Mr. W. A. Sutherland. 
Those of other students were obtained by writing to- the directors of schools 
and universities concerned. In some cases these are accompanied by photo- 
graphs. The visits of American teachers from the Philippines have made it 
possible to give interested visitors information with regard to school conditions 
in the archipelago. Assistance has been given in this way to teachers desiring 
to go to the Philippines, to publishers in the preparation of special text-books, 
to correspondents, lecturers and others. 

While the Filipino students were visiting the Exposition a number of A 
them were on duty at all times in the Educational building. They were in- 
structed as to the location of the various exhibits and points of particular in- 
terest and their services in explaining these points to visitors were valuable. 
They made an admirable impression. 

The following literature has been distributed to interested visitors at 
the Educational exhibit: Philippine Exposition Folder No. I, sent early in 
the year to some eighty thousand teachers in the States, nearest to St. Louis. 



18 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

Catalogue of "El Liceo de Manila"; circular letter to Philippine teachers 
used in giving directions for work in collecting exhibits ; bulletins of the 
Philippine Bureau of Education; the Philippine Normal School Prospectus 
for 1903-04; prospectus of the Philippine School of Arts and Trades for 
1904-05; prospectus of the 'Philippine Nautical School for the y^ar 1904-05; 
industrial exhibits of Philippine schools at the Louisiana Purchase Exposi- 
tion ; courses of instruction for the Public Schools of the Philippine Islands 
and a special folder "Education in the Philippines," prepared by Mr. Hager. 



THE AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL EXHIBIT. 
CHARLES L. HALL, CHIEF. 



The Agricultural building was sufficiently completed by March I5th to 
permit the installation of the thousands of exhibits, classified, so that it could 
have been opened to the public on April 3Oth. This, however, was not al- 
lowed, as the board decided not to open any building until all were ready. 

The exhibits in this department are included in groups from Nos. 78 to 
104, as per the official classification of the Exhibit department. The ex- 
hibits represent agriculture, horticulture and land transportation. The ma- 
terial on exhibition consists of all raw and manufactured product of the soil, 
together with crude native implements employed in the cultivation of land, 
as well as native machinery for the preparation of such products for the mar- 
ket, illustrating in as complete a manner as possible the old processes of 
raising the various f crops of the islands. 

Among the cereals are to be found large and interesting collections of 
rice, both hulled and in the hull, representing hundreds of varieties and sub- 
varieties grown in the different islands of the archipelago. These varieties 
are divided into two groups, namely ; palay de secano or mountain rice, which 
is cultivated without irrigation, and palay de regadio, or valley rice, which 
is cultivated in rice paddies and by irrigation. There will also be seen 
samples of wheat grown at some of the experiment stations established by 
the Insular Bureau of Agriculture. Samples of corn or maize, millet, sor- 
ghum, peas, beans and lentils are also exhibited. 

There is also a large collection of all kinds of tropical and European 
vegetable seeds, together with seeds of various kinds of pumpkins, squash, 
calabash and cucumbers grown in the islands. The collection of oils and oil 
producing seeds consists of samples of seasame, peanut, castor, pili, palo 
maria, tangan-tangan, tuba-tuba, copra or dried cocoanut, etc. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 19 

The delicately scented Ylang-ylang extract is also included in the above 
group, being extensively used as a base for the best Parisian perfumes. 
Flours and starches of various kinds, such as are produced from rice, manioc, 
sweet potatoes, palms, etc., are represented. Samples of all kinds of condiments 
and peppers, also achuete and indigo, are extensively exhibited. 

The collection of wild and cultivated fruits, vegetables and tubers preserved 
in formaldehyde is a very interesting one and undoubtedly the first collection 
of its kind seen in America. 

Samples of unrefined sugar of different grades, together with the pre- 
served cane are also displayed, with the crude native machinery used in 
the extraction of the sugar. 

Samples of alcohol, wines- and vinegar produced from various palm 
saps or grain and sugar are well represented. The collection of fibers and 
textiles is a very complete one. It consists of several varieties of shrub 
cotton in white, yellow and brown varieties, together with the cloth made of 
this cotton by natives on crude hand looms, and the tree cotton variety, 
which is principally used by the natives for filling pillows. In the fiber 
exhibit are samples of hemp, maguey, pina and textile barks of all kinds, to- 
gether with samples of cloth and rope manufactured from them. 

The honey and beeswax exhibited are largely produced by wild bees. 
Church tapers manufactured from this wax are also a part of this group. 

The large collection of tobacco exhibited in this building is of a very 
high grade, the best qualities coming from the provinces of Isabela, Cagayan 
and Abra. 

The native agricultural tools and implements, sugar cane mills, wagons, 
sleds, and all kinds of native crude machinery are illustrated both in natural 
sizes and models. 

There is also a good display of the soils best adapted to the raising of 
the different crops of agricultural products. There is also exhibited a very 
fine collection of models and natural size conveyances representing land 
transportation. 

A large collection of native hats and baskets in endless variety is scat- 
tered throughout the building. 

The conservatory built in the center of the building on the south side 
contains a very interesting collection of orchids, cycas and some tree ferns 
from the Philippines. 

Owing to the unusually large amount of material, every available space 
has been occupied, leaving barely enough room for visitors to circulate 
through the building. 

Some of the larger agricultural implements are displayed on the lawn 



20 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

in front and in the rear of the building as no available space could be ob- 
tained inside. 

Exhibits are cared for in ninety-three show cases, forty inches 
wide, seven feet high and one foot deep; six show cases forty feet wide, 
seven feet high and two feet deep ; four show cases six feet wide, seven 
feet high, two feet deep; five square show cases six feet wide, 
seven feet high and six feet deep. Other exhibits too large to be placed in 
show cases are cared for on four hundred and twenty feet of double shelv- 
ing and on tables eighty feet long by twelve feet wide. 

The exhibits in this building number over twenty thousand individual 
pieces, the duplicates being exhibited under the same number. The work 
of labeling the exhibits in the Agricultural building was accomplished by 
July loth. 

In making decisions as to the proper awards to be given exhibitors, 
the Agricultural jury was very careful in its selections for high awards and 
comparatively few were allowed. The following number of awards were 
granted in the Department of Agriculture : 

Nine grand prizes, fifty-four gold medals, one hundred and seventy- 
nine silver medals, one hundred and forty-five bronze medals, four hundred 
and sixty-three honorable mentions. 

In the division of land transportation, the following awards were 
granted : Five gold medals, six silver medals, eight bronze medals, three 
honorable mentions. 

The live stock department was represented in a very small way, and the 
few exhibits consisted in publications on animal diseases. Only three awards 
were granted. 

In the Department of Horticulture, the exhibits are all in very good or- 
der and have proved to be exceedingly interesting to the general public who 
day after day fill the building to its utmost capacity. 

The original intention of bringing before the American public and the 
world at large all the. natural resources of the Philippine Islands has been 
well carried out in this exhibit and beneficient results will follow. 



FISH AND GAME AND WATER TRANSPORTATION. 
JOSE QUADRAS, CHIEF. 



The Fish and Game building is situated in the extreme northern part of 
the Exposition grounds, and overlooks Arrowhead lake. The material used 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 21 

in its construction, with the exception of the floor, is entirely Philippine, 
consisting of nipa, palm-leaf thatch, bamboo, rattan and palm stems. The 
structure is in the shape of the letter "T," has a floor space of forty-four hun- 
dred square feet, and represents a "Camarin" or Philippine warehouse. 

The building is divided into two sections ; the first containing a floor space 
of seventeen hundred square feet, is devoted to the game exhibit, while the 
second, containing a floor space of thirty-two hundred square feet is devoted to 
fish, fishing apparatus, shells, etc. 

The exhibits of this department are displayed in show cases and are all 
worthy of critical inspection. 

At the entrance is a fine specimen of the Tamarao, a species of wild 
buffalo (Bubalus mindorensis, Heude) ; to the left quite a complete collec- 
tion of birds, well mounted and scientifically labeled, and to the right a fine 
collection of the enormous fruit bats, and some of the skins of these bats 
which are of great commercial value. Large collections of birds' eggs, at- 
tractively displayed; numerous specimens of deer and boar; carabao heads; 
tusks, and a few specimens of stuffed wild boars and deer; fine specimen of 
python, twenty-one feet long and one foot in diameter, and a collection of 
crocodiles, large iguanas and lizards, are prominent features in the collec- 
tion of reptiles. 

A numerous collection of nets for fishing and for the hunting of deer 
and wild boar, with some of the snares, game traps, bows and arrows com- 
pletely cover and festoon the ceiling and walls. A large and complete col- 
lection of fish, including some very rare species, are contained in jars and 
preserved by formaldehyde. 

An exceedingly fine collection of shells of the Philippines occupying a 
space of forty-eight square yards, was installed in the Government building 
for want of space in the Fish and Game building. This collection was 
awarded a grand prize, and a collaborator gold medal was given to Mr. Quadras, 
the owner and collector. 

There is also a collection of corals, gorgonias or sponge-corals, having 
a spread of about five feet. 

The collection of fishing nets, fish traps, and other apparatus contains 
samples of every conceivable variety used in the Philippine Islands, includ- 
ing a full-sized fish run in the middle of Arrowhead lake, made of bamboo 
and installed under the direction of Mr. Quadras, the chief, by members of 
the Philippines constabulary. 

The water transportation exhibit is represented by numerous boats and 
smaller craft, from the primitive "dug-out" to the large Moro pirate junk, 
including also a large casco or lighter with its characteristic suali curved cover- 



22 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

ing, used in the Philippines for transporting goods from the vessels in the har- 
bor to the docks. 

The large specimens form a floating exhibit on Arrowhead lake and are 
a sample of the successful efforts of the Philippine Exposition Board in Manila, 
with Dr. Gustavo Niederlein in charge, while in the building may be seen 
models of the highest types of modern steamships used in the Philippines. 

The awards in the department, as- approved by the Superior jury were 
as follows : 

Fish and game: Grand prizes, two; gold medals, five; silver - medals, 
ten; bronze medals, thirty-eight; honorable mentions, two hundred and one. 
Water transportation : Grand prizes, two ; gold medals, three ; silver med- 
als, three; bronze medals, two; honorable mentions, thirty-three. 



THE MINES AND MINING EXHIBIT. 
ROY HOPPING, 



A most interesting exhibit of the numerous mineral resources of the archi- 
pelago was displayed for the inspection of the public. 

The most important exhibits are, first, the cases of iron ores, those from 
Bulacan, Luzon, receiving a grand prize, three silver medals and two bronze 
medals. 

Second, a complete coal exhibit, that from Cebu and Bataan Island each 
receiving a gold medal. 

Third, an exhibit of gold and gold quartz, which fills five wall cases and 
two small table cases, and which received three gold medals, six silver medals 
and four bronze medals. 

Gold medals were also given the exhibit of basalt for heavy foundations 
and heavy construction, marble from Romblon Island, a geological and mineral- 
ogical collection exhibited by the Mining Bureau and Isuan mineral water from 
Los Banos, Laguna, Luzon. 

The exhibits which attract popular attention are the stone water filters, 
some of which are installed in bamboo racks, made by Filipinos, and are 
kept in operation continually; the Bagobo blasksmith shop, set up by a Fili- 
pino, complete in every particular; the model of an Angat iron foundry, and 
the complete outfit showing the Igorot method of crushing, panning and smelt- 
ing gold, with the wooden "pan" and palm leaf draining buckets used, and the 
gold "buttons" produced. 

The fossil elephant brought by Juan de Juan from the Cagayan valley in 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 23 

Luzon, was kindly determined by Prof. Henry F. Osborn, of the American 
Museum of Natural History, to be -the Stegodon, an extinct type and ancestor 
of the present elephant of Asia, proving that the Philippine Islands were 
formerly connected with Asia by land. 



ETHNOLOGICAL EXHIBIT. 
DR. ALBERT E. JENKS, CHIEF. 



The ethnological collection is displayed in the Ethnology building con- 
structed around three sides of a square open court; the building is one hun- 
dred and nineteen feet long and eighty-eight feet wide. It consists of two 
long halls, one eighty-eight feet by thirty-seven, and one eighty-eight by 
thirty-nine feet, and a shorter connecting hall thirty feet wide and fifty-three 
feet long. Over one of these long halls there are two chambers about thirty 
feet square each. The building contains about forty-five hundred square feet 
of surface behind glass cases, and about ninety-four hundred square feet of 
open wall and ceiling space covered with museum specimens, or a total of 
about thirteen hundred square feet where about eighteen hundred specimens 
are displayed. - 

Case one consists of Bontoc Igorot head-axes. 

Case two contains an exhaustive collection of Bontoc Isrorot basket- 

o 

work utensils used in domestic and field activities; also Benguet and Banawi 
Igorot carved wooden food bowls and spoons. 

Case three consists of Benguet Igorot baskets ; wooden, clay and metal 
pipes from the entire Igorot area of northern Luzon; and a collection of 
Benguet Igorot copper pots and copper mining outfit. 

Case four consists of Bontoc Igorot spears, shields and carved wooden 
human figures. 

Case five contains Bontoc Igorot material as follows: Men's basket- 
hats, women's head-dress beads, men's boar-tusk armlets and the ear rings 
and ear plugs worn by both men and women. 

Case six is also of Bontoc Igorot material consisting of bark garments 
of both the men and the women ; some garments are of whole bark, flayed from 
a tree, and soft like buckskin ; others are woven of spun bark. 

The ceilings and walls of the hall in which cases one to six are located 
are covered with bark and cotton clothing, made by the various Igorot people, 
such clothing as women's skirts and jackets, men's breech cloths and shirts 
and the various burial garments used upon both men and women. There is 



24 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

also a very large collection of shields and spears of the various Igorot people. 

Case seven holds a very exhaustive collection of Negrito materials ; also 
some excellent Kalinga, Ibilao, Tinguian, and Mangiyan materials. 

Case eight contains a fine collection of Bagobo, Manobo and Mandaya 
materials; it also has a collection of materials from the Tagakola, the Bilan, 
the Tiruray and the Suba.no. 

Case nine contains a very complete collection of beautiful knives from 
the same people as are mentioned under the heading of case eight. There is 
also a large collection of Visayan war knives. 

Case ten contains a good collection of material from the little known 
Tagbanua people of the island of Paragua. 

Case eleven contains almost entirely Moro garments. 

Case twelve contains looms filled with cloths in process of weaving; they 
are from a half dozen different tribes of people in the archipelago. 

The walls and ceilings of the hall in which cases seven to twelve are 
located are covered with abaca or "hemp" garments of the people whose ma- 
terials are displayed in case eight. These garments consist of pantaloons, 
jackets and head-cloths worn by both men and women. 

The third hall contains almost exclusively, materials from the various 
Mohammedanized people of the archipelago, commonly called "Moros." 

Case thirteen contains Moro mats, various personal ornaments. 

Case fourteen contains saddles and bridles made and used by the Moros. 

Case fifteen contains a collection of crude string and wind instruments 
gathered from many places in the archipelago; a rather complete set of Moro 
wooden musical instruments; also a set of bronze gongs used by the Moros 
as musical instruments and for beating sound messages from place to place. 

Case sixteen contains brass and bronze food bowls and jars, trays used 
by the Moros as tables, and a very perfect collection of brass, bronze, copper 
and silver betel-nut boxes. 

Case seventeen contains Moro knives called "kampilan" used almost ex- 
clusively by the Manguindanao and Lanao Moros of Mindanao. 

Case eighteen contains beautiful specimens of Moro armor made of brass 
and carabao horn ; it also contains a small collection of a unique knife called 
the "pira," and used exclusively by the Yakan Moros of Basilan. 

Case nineteen contains a very rare collection of knives called the "kris" ; 
they have a wavy blade and are used by the Samal, Manguindanao and Lanao 
Moros of Mindanao. 

Case twenty contains Moro knives called the "barong" used almost ex- 
clusively by the Sulu or Jolo archipelago. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 25 

Case twenty-one contains Moro knives called the "kris" ; they have a 
straight blade and are used by the Samal, Manguindanao and Lanao people. 

In this hall about twenty brass cannons made and used by the Moros are 
displayed on floor racks. The walls and ceiling of the hall are covered with 
brilliant clothing woven and worn by the Moros, consisting of cotton and silk 
pantaloons, jackets, skirts, and head-dresses worn by both the men and the 
women ; they contain also a fine collection of Moro shields, spears and hats. 

On the second floor, in chamber four, there are displayed ten dozen 
frames of photographic enlargements and transparencies of various wild peo- 
ple in the archipelago. 

In room five, also on the second floor, cases twenty-two to thirty-three in- 
clusive contain plaster-cast masks, busts, hands and feet made of men in 
Bilibid prison ; two large revolving standards contain about a thousand photo- 
graphs of men in Bilibid prison. 

Cases thirty-four and thirty-five contain skulls and other parts of skele- 
tons of various Filipino people. 

All of these specimens are displayed with the group labels of collection in 
place. 

The Department of Anthropology received four grand prizes, fourteen gold 
medals, eighteen silver medals, twenty-nine bronze medals and nineteen hon- 
orable mentions. 



THE TYPICAL MANILA HOUSE. 
VICTOR J. HALL IN CHARGE. 



The building represents a typical Manila house, for the wealthy class, with 
shell windows. The exhibits contained therein are much admired, consisting 
in the main of handsome hand-woven fabrics and embroideries, prominent 
among which are the famed jusi and pina cloths and sinamay fabrics. There 
are besides many pieces of hand-carved furniture and works of art. 

The exhibits in detail comprise the bulk of the material classed under 
department "D," or manufactures, a small number of textiles and embroid- 
eries being located elsewhere in the Government building, and consist of 
about forty-two hundred exhibits displayed in ninety-five show cases. 

There are two hundred and twelve artificial flowers ; eleven hundred and 



26 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



seventy pieces of cotton goods; two hundred and eighty-one pieces of fancy 
goods'; thirty-two pieces of embroidery; one hundred and thirty-three pieces 
of jusi cloth'; three hundred and sixty-two pieces sinamay cloth; one hundred 
and ninety-one pieces of pina cloth and forty-two pieces of silks. 

Besides the above, the walls, ceilings and show cases are decorated with 
seven hundred and forty-eight hats ; one hundred and sixty-three baskets ; five 
hundred and seventeen mattings, and two hundred and thirty pieces of pot- 
tery, and in the rooms are fifty pieces of carved furniture. A number of the 
less important paintings are also on exhibition here. 

Following is the list of awards in the Manufactures department, as ap- 
proved by the Superior jury: 

Grand prizes, one; gold medals, sixteen; silver medals, sixty-two; bronze 
medals, two hundred and thirteen; honorable mentions, twelve hundred; total 
number of awards, fourteen hundred and ninety-two. 



THE BATTALION OF PHILIPPINE SCOUTS. 
MAJOR WM. H. JOHNSTON, COMMANDING. 



The battalion reached St. Louis April I7th, under the command of 
Major Frank de L. Carrington, ist U. S. infantry, and Major Johnston as- 
sumed command that date in compliance with orders of the war department. 
It went into camp, previously prepared by Major Johnston, near the Philip- 
pine reservation, the men in conical wall tents floored, and the officers in hos- 
pital and wall tents floored. 

A- mess hall and kitchen equipped with army range, tables, etc., and a 
latrine containing eight seats and two urinals (sanitary trap plumbing con- 
nected with city sewer system), had been built for each company; six hospital, 
two wall and one conical wall tent, floored, besides bath room and latrine, 
were used as field hospital of twelve beds. Two store tents floored were 
equipped for officers' mess. A frame building of three rooms, one story, was 
built for use as subsistence and quartermaster store house. Subsequently, a 
stable of nipa roof, no walls, was built, and accommodated four horses and 
two mules, the transportation given the camp by the quartermaster depart- 
ment. Plank walks were laid through camp and a road built to connect all 
mess halls with the store house at the edge of the Philippine reservation. By 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 27 

the labor of troops the camp site was cleared of brush and stumps, and a 
wire fence built to enclose the camp and its parade. 

About July ist, a pavilion was built, 40x75 feet, surrounded by a porch 
ten feet wide. The supports and floor are of pine and roof and walls of 
bamboo and nipa. This building has been used for religious services, school, 
band practice, several entertainments and the reception of Exposition visitors. 
Its expense was provided for by appropriation of the Philippine Commission. 
From April I7th to July 2nd, by order of the secretary of war, 
a detail of men varying from one hundred and eighty at first to ninety later, 
was placed at work under the Philippine Government Board erecting buildings 
of native construction in the Philippine reservation, being paid for this extra 
duty by the Board. 

During the entire time of its station here the battalion has had a daily 
parade and exhibition drill each evening about sunset, and one hour drill in the 
morning for instruction, besides a half hour drill during the day for exhibition. 
Besides, the regular camp guard, the battalion since June 22nd has placed 
sentinels daily (except Sunday) over seven of the government buildings in 
the Philippine reservation. 

At the request of the president of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and 
in compliance with orders from headquarters, northern division, the battalion 
has participated in many street parades within the Exposition grounds. For 
several weeks, in compliance with request from the same source, parade and 
drill was had each Wednesday evening at Plaza St. Louis. This was discon- 
tinued September I4th under orders of the secretary of war. 

The health of the command has been excellent, the average monthly sick 
report being as follows : 

April- -2 T V% July 3f*% 

May- ._!}% August - 

June - 1 T %% September 

No deaths have occurred at the camp. 
At Caloocan, P. L, each man was weighed in February, 1904, and at this 
camp each man was weighed in similar clothes in September, 1904. 
The result showed the following gain per man: 

4th company 3<41 pou nds 

24th _ 402 

30th - - 377 " 

47th -.l.^ 

Average 3.06 

By order of the war department the enlisted men of this battalion have 
been paid at the rate of pay for American soldiers without increase for length 
of service, and have received the same rations and clothing allowance as 



28 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

American soldiers since their departure from Manila, P. I., in February, 1904. 

The fact that they have gained flesh in a strange climate while rendering 
more than usual military service and fatigue, indicates that the Filipino would 
gain in stature and strength if fed upon the American ration. 

On September 3Oth, the period of enlistment of three hundred and one 
men of the command expired, By order of the war department, all men (one 
hundred and thirty-seven) who declined to re-enlist were sent to Manila, P. I., 
September 25th, to be discharged there. The remainder (one hundred and six- 
ty-four), were re-enlisted here for a period of three years. 

On October 22nd, eight men were discharged and all re-enlisted. 

Twenty men will complete their period of enlistment before December 
3ist, but almost all promise to re-enlist. 

The loss of one hundred and thirty-seven men reduced the strength for 
exhibition drills and parades and increased the guard and fatigue duty of 
those who remained. 

Discipline has been excellent, very few being tried by court martial, or 
confined, and the general good behavior in and out of camp has been repeatedly 
the subject of favorable comment by visitors to the Exposition. 

The parades and drills have been attended by thousands of visitors, who 
generally applauded the proficiency of the men. 

It is believed that the service of this battalion here has won for Filipinos 
generally the favorable opinion of the million of visitors who have seen them,, 
and inspected their well-kept camp. 

The battalion is composed of the following companies : 
4th company, Macabebes strength 104 

24th Ilocanosl " 104 

30th Tagalos " 104 

47th Visayans " 104 

These were organized into a battalion of infantry by G. O. No. 59, war de- 
partment, 1904. 

The band of battalion, numbering forty-five musicians and composed of 
men detailed from the companies, has under the direction of Ernest G. Fisher 
attained remarkable efficiency and has materially assisted the battalion at pa- 
rades and ceremonies. The band has also played concerts for the entertain- 
ment of visitors at the request of the Philippine Exposition Board. 

The following officers have been on duty with the battalion since its arrival 
at this camp : 

Major Frank de L. Carrington, ist U. S. infantry. 

Major W. H. Johnston, Philippine scouts. 

Chaplain J. C. Granville, I4th U. S. cavalry. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 29 

First Lieutenant W. C. Johnson, 26th U. S. infantry 

First Lieut. T. B. Taylor, nth U. S. cavalry. 

First Lieutenant J. C. Brady, 4th U. S. infantry. 

First Lieutenant C. D. Buck, assistant surgeon, U. S. army. 

First Lieutenant Boss Reese, Philippine scouts. 

First Lieutenant Wesley King, Philippine scouts. 

First Lieutenant J. A. Paegelow, Philippine scouts. *" 

First Lieutenant J. De Court, Philippine scouts. 

First Lieutenant C. Dority, Philippine scouts. 

First Lieutenant F. L. Frisbie, Philippine scouts. 

First Lieutenant E. Dworak, Philippine scouts. 

First Lieutenant R. Hoover, Philippine scouts. 

Second Lieutenant R. Dickson, 'Philippine scouts. 

Second Lieutenant G. McCue, Philippine scouts. 

Second Lieutenant A. Sfiea, Philippine scouts. 

Second Lieutenant C. Patajo, Philippine scouts. 

Second Lieutenant, C. Platt, Philippine scouts. 



THE PHILIPPINES CONSTABULARY BATTALION. 
MAJOR AMOS D. HASKEU,, COMMANDING. 



Upon arrival of the constabulary at St. Louis, April 2Oth, the organization 
consisted of twelve officers and two hundred and eighty enlisted men. On 
the 2 ist of April the organization was assigned to barracks in the building 
known as the Constabulary Cuartel. From the time of the arrival until the 
various nipa buildings of the Philippine Exposition were completed, about 
seventy men were detailed daily from the battalion to participate in the con- 
struction of same. In addition to the regular drills of instruction, a dress 
parade, followed by an exhibition rifle and calisthenics drill has been given 
daily, except Sundays, usually in the afternoon. 

During a greater part of the time since the opening of the exhibit build- 
ings, a force of eight men has been detailed daily as watchmen in the same. 
These men form a part of the regular guard, but do not carry arms, nor are 
they authorized to make arrests, being posted in the buildings to prevent the 
violation of rules of the Exposition Board. 

Since arriving in St. Louis the band has performed regular military duties, 
playing for all parades and exhibition drills. It has also furnished music for 



30 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

the opening ceremonies and other official functions at many of the state build- 
ings. Since June i8th, it has played daily evening concerts and tri-weekly day 
concerts in the band stand of the Philippine reservation. It made a two days' 
trip to Louisville, Kentucky, and a three days' trip to Chicago and Milwaukee, 
playing at the former place at the conclave of Knights of Pythias, and at the 
latter, at the Wisconsin State fair; both trips being for the purpose of adver- 
tising the Philippine Exposition. 

In connection with the duties performed as herein stated, the battalion 
and band participated in the following parades : 

May 3Oth, 1904, Memorial Day at St. Louis; June 8th, Liberty Bell pa- 
rade; July 4th, Independence Day; August I3th, 'Philippine Day; August 2Oth, 
Pennsylvania Day; September ist, Indiana Day; September I2th, Maryland 
Day; September I4th, Louisiana Day; September I5th, St. Louis Day; Septem- 
ber 1 7th, Massachusetts Day; September 22nd, Arkansas Day; September 3Oth, 
Kansas Day. 

The Hospital corps, consisting of Lieutenant Cameron and two enlisted 
men, has been on permanent duty at the Philippine reservation hospital since 
its opening July iQth. Previous to that date a hospital was maintained in the 
Constabulary Cuartel. 

Captain Laurence E. Ross and Lieutenant Charles H. Mcllvaine were re- 
lieved on July ist and August 28th, respectively, and returned to the Philippine 
Islands. Captain Ira Keithley deserted the service September 2nd. 

The organization on September 3Oth consisted of the following: Major 
Amos D. Haskell, commanding; First Lieutenant N. S. Gilpin, adjutant; Sec- 
ond Lieutenant J. S. Manning, supply officer; First Lieutenant A. A. Cameron, 
medical inspector ; Captain Ralph W. Jones, commanding company B ; First 
Lieutenant Lucien R. Sweet, commanding company A ; First Lieutenants Felix 
Llorente, C. E. Bennett, C. M. Pendleton and Modesto Colmenares and Third 
Lieutenant James L. Wood were on duty with the battalion. 

First Lieutenant Walter H. Loving, commanding band; Captain F. E. 
Cofren, in charge of Constabulary exhibit. 

The enlisted force of the organization was divided as follows : 

Non-commissioned staff, two; hospital corps, two; company A, ninety- 
eight ; company B, ninety-eight ; band, eighty. 

Three enlisted men have died since the arrival in St. Louis ; one of pneu- 
monia, one of suicide, and one from acute cardiac dilatation. On September 
3<Dth, but five enlisted men were sick in the hospital. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 31 



THE WAR EXHIBIT. 
CAPTAIN F. E. COFREN, CHIEF. 

This exhibit was originally in charge of Captain F. E. Cofren, of the Con- 
stabulary, who was temporarily relieved by Captain H. J. Castles, October loth. 

The exhibit is in two parts, United States army, and Philippines Constabu- 
lary, the former on the west side within the Manila wall, and the latter within 
the east wall of the same unique structure. 

The United States army exhibit was opened on July 4th, being composed 
almost entirely of camion, rifles and revolvers captured by and surrendered to 
the United States in the Philippines and furnished from the office of the chief 
ordnance officer of the division of the Philippines. 

The articles comprising the Constabulary Exhibit may be mentioned as 
follows : 

Filipino flags and banners ; weapons of all descriptions from the spear and 
shield and bow and arrow of the mountain people to cannon and rifles used by 
the insurgents and their successors; insurgent and "pulajan" uniforms; photo- 
graphs illustrating past political conditions in the Philippines; table tops and 
other furniture showing the excellence of Philippine timbers ; valuable canes of 
wood and horn; musical instruments of odd and antique type; saddles of 
unique native construction; pair of silver-mounted bridles, the property of 
Colonel Bandholt^ U. S. A. ; specimens of shell and coral formation ; speci- 
mens illustrating native skill in woodcarving; models of houses, boats and ag- 
ricultural implements; a varied display of native hats; portrait and lanscape 
paintings; many miscellaneous articles, such as objects of the hunt; shields and 
ancient Filipino armor; bells; old printing press of the revolutionary govern- 
ment, etc. These articles are such as have been captured by the constabulary 
or surrendered to it, gift or loan collections from constabulary officers and 
soldiers and similar collections from numerous friends of the corps, American, 
Spanish and Filipino. 

In all over three thousand exhibits have been placed in numerous show- 
cases and on the walls and ceilings. 

The general decoration of the walls is effected by the liberal use of rifles, 
spears and shields, bows and arrows, native hats, paintings, photographs and 
flags. 

Special attention has also been given to the showing of bolos, these being 
displayed in cases by collections. There is a case showing different types of 
revolvers, one of miscellaneous ammunition, Igorot pipes fill a case and Igorot 
hats "pockets" another, while valuable collections of Igorot articles are like- 
wise displayed amidst tne above-mentioned exhibits. 



32 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

Announcement cards inform visitors to this exhibit of the nature of the 
constabulary and the public is encouraged to make inquiry, either concerning 
relatives or friends in the constabulary service or touching the organization and 
administration of the force. Maps of the Philippine Islands are displayed 
and the exhibit includes a complete set of Philippine political literature, from 
which extracts on particularly important phases of insular development are 
conspicuously posted in typewritten form for the information of visitors, 
and for the stimulation of their interest in the 'Philippines and the Filipinos. 
Bound copies of the reports of the Chief of Constabulary serve to convey most 
explicit and valuable information concerning the constabulary. 



THE VISAYAN VILLAGE. 
M. R. HEALY, MANAGER. 

The Visayan village is situated on Arrowhead lake and covers about four 
acres. It is a typical Eilipino village consisting of an administration building, 
containing office, store rooms, and a large reading room where the Manila pa- 
pers, with some Chinese and Japanese papers are on file ; also a theater, market, 
Catholic church, and eight native houses with work rooms arranged under- 
neath. There is a large cuartel built in the village for the use of the natives 
during the cold weather, which contains a kitchen, dining room and toilets, with 
sleeping rooms upstairs. 

The village is arranged in the form of a plaza with one side street of na- 
tive houses, all the buildings in the village with the exception of the church 
and the cuartel being built of bamboo and nipa. The village has two entrances, 
which are opened daily at 9 a. m. 

In the market, the principal manufactured articles of the Philippines are 
on sale, and everything sold can be seen made by the natives in the village. 
In one house there are four jusi looms, in the next three pina looms; another 
has two sinimay looms; in the other houses, four hat makers manufacture 
hats, four mat makers show how mats and baskets are made; five natives are 
employed in making canes, wood-carvings, and novelties. 

There is a family of fishermen who illustrate the methods of fishing prac- 
ticed in the Philippine Islands. Two carabao and all of the various vehicles 
used in the Islands show the manner of transportation. 

The hours for working are from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., and all the natives 
are employed during this time. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 33 

The church was built to accommodate the natives of the village, who are 
all Roman Catholics, and services are held in it every Sunday by one of the 
Jesuit Fathers of this city. The church was dedicated by Cardinal Satolli, as- 
sisted by Archbishop Glennon, and has proved a great attraction to visitors. 

The theater opens at n o'clock a. m., and performances lasting half an 
hour are given hourly until. 6 p. m. The theatrical troupe consists of an or- 
chestra of sixteen pieces, twelve singers and six dancers. All the music, songs 
and dances are typical of the Philippine Islands, the concluding number on the 
programme being the "Star Spangled Banner," sung in English by the en- 
tire company. This number has always been highly appreciated by the au- 
dience. 

The health of the natives has been excellent, but one death, that of a 
six-weeks-old baby, having occurred in the village. There have been four 
births. 



THE MORO VILLAGES. 
FREDERICK LEWIS, MANAGER. 



On December 1st, 1903, Mr. Lewis entered into a contract with the In- 
sular Government for the collecting and conducting of a Samal Moro ex- 
hibit at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, such exhibit to con- 
sist of a representative group of Samal Moros engaging in their daily pur- 
suits while in attendance at the Exposition, and a collection of their arms 
and household effects. 

Immediately thereafter the work of collection was begun, which resulted 
in securing a characteristic display of Moro arms, weapons, fishing gear, mats, 
native fabrics, wearing apparel, raw material, and other requisites too numer- 
ous to mention in detail, and of persuading desirable natives to enter into 
contracts for attendance at the Exposition in various capacities. 

This work was successfully accomplished, the party consisting of forty per- 
sons, as follows : Nineteen men, eleven women, five boys, five girls ; the party 
was headed by Datto Facundo, a brother of Rajah Muda Mandi, of Zam- 
boanga, and but for the efforts of the former, who consented to accompany 
the people, as well as of the latter, it would not have been possible to induce 
these natives to leave their homes in the Philippines. 

Even while in Manila the natives proved a source of curiosity to the in- 
habitants of the city, and attracted considerable attention. A number of ex- 



34 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

hibitions were given there for the benefit of the various officials, and the na- 
tives themselves were given an opportunity of seeing their first city of any 
size, and of becoming accustomed to the ways of modern civilization. 

On arrival at Manila, the party encountered the Lanao Moro exhibit, 
under the management of Mr. C. H. Wax, the natives composing this exhibit 
having reached the city a few days previous. From this time on the Samal and 
Lanao Moros were thrown in contact with each other continuously and trav- 
eled together, although maintaining but little of any intercourse the one with the 
other. 

Upon arriving at St. Louis, sites for the respective Moro Villages fixed 
upon to the right of the Walled City and along the margin of Arrowhead Lake. 
Material for the native houses was immediately hauled and placed on the 
ground, and work commenced by the Moros in erecting their villages in ac- 
cordance with their own peculiar ideas and style of architecture. The shore 
of the lake was covered with sand and gravel in an attempt to reproduce the 
sea beach as nearly as possible, the result being fairly satisfactory and realistic. 
The Samal Moro Village consisted of seven native dwellings for the accom- 
modation of the natives ; an administration building in which was installed the 
exhibit of arms, cloth, etc., and a theater in which performances were given 
at stated intervals, such performances consisting of the various native 
dances peculiar to these people. 

The native houses of the village, counterparts of those found in Magay, 
the Moro section of the town of Zamboanga, Mindanao, 'P. L, were con- 
structed out over the water of the lake on piling driven by hand by the na- 
tives, bamboo platforms leading out to them. Every detail and characteristic 
of Samal Moro architecture was carefully adhered to, the dwellings them- 
selves being complete in every respect. 

As at home, the materials entering into the construction of these houses 
consisted of bamboo, nipa and rattan; the first being used entirely for the 
framework of the houses, the second for the sides and thatching, and the last 
mentioned used in fastening the structure together, no nails entering into the 
construction of the dwellings. The work was done by the men of the village, 
and by them alone. 

The native dwellings of the Samal Moro Village were completed early 
in the month of June, and the natives immediately took up their residence 
therein. The administration and exhibit building, likewise intended for the 
accommodation of the natives in the event of cold weather, while incomplete 
on the date the village was thrown open to the public, nevertheless admitted 
of the installation and display therein of the exhibit of anus, weap- 
ons, utensils, wearing apparel, native fabrics, mats and other articles pe- 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. o5 

culiar to and manufactured by the people of the Samal-laut tribe of Moros. 
The theater, intended for the convenience of visitors while witnessing the 
native dances was also unfinished and incomplete at the time of the opening. 

On June i8th, by direction of the Philippine Exposition Board, the Samal 
Moro Village, in common -with all other native villages, was thrown open to 
the public, and, with the exception of Sundays, has ever since so remained. 

In addition to illustrating the daily home life, dwellings, household fur- 
nishings, and the natives themselves dressed in their native garb, the public 
has been afforded the opportunity of seeing them engaged in their native in- 
dustries and occupations; their boats and fishing tackle were placed on in- 
spection and in actual use, dances have been given at stated intervals through- 
out the day, native music has been rendered continuously from the opening 
to the closing hour, daily, the children have disported themselves in their 
boats and in the water from morning to night, and every possible attrac- 
tion has been introduced that might prove interesting and instructive to vis- 
itors to the village. 

Work on the Lanao Moro Village was commenced at the same time as 
that upon the Samal Moro Village, the village consisting of eight native 
dwellings, an administration building, and a native theater; the native houses 
w r ere built in accordance with the prevailing style and ideas of the inland 
Moros, differing materially in appearance from those of the Samal Moros. 

It was originally intended that each of the Moro Villages should con- 
stitute an exhibit in itself, but it was soon deemed advisable to consolidate 
the Lanao Moro Village with the Samal Moro Village. 

On August /th, in response to -a telegram extending an invitation to 
visit President Roosevelt, the manager conducted Datto Facundo and two 
followers to Washington, D. C. After a short interview with the president 
at the White House, in which the datto assured the president of the loyalty ' 
of himself and people to the United States government, the party was shown 
through the various government buildings, the astonishment of the natives 
being too great for expression in adequate terms. 

Not until about the I7th of August were sufficient raw materials 
released by the customs authorities to admit the illustrating of the clean- 
ing and polishing of pearl shells, the weaving of native fabrics, and the braid- 
ing of fancy colored mats, all of which are features of an interesting nature 
which should have been shown the public from the very beginning. 

In fulfillment of the assurances and promises made to the natives in 
inducing them to attend the Exposition, the food furnished them has been, 
as nearly as possible, the same as that to which they were accustomed at r 
home. No complaints Jiave been made in this respect, either as to the va- 
riety, quality or quantity of the comestibles provided for their use. 



36 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

The average daily cost of subsistence per capita, from May loth to 
September 30, 1904, inclusive, has been as follows : Samal Moro Village, 
0.14698; Lanao Moro Village, 0.14116. 

The natives of both villages have attracted a great deal of interest on the 
part of scientists, who' have availed themselves of this opportunity for studying 
their many peculiarities of person, habits, customs, dress, and mode of living. 



THE IGOROT VILLAGE. 
DR. T. K. HUNT, MANAGER. 



This village has proved to be the most interesting of the group to visit- 
ors if gate receipts are an indication, as it has been the greatest source of 
revenue to the Exposition Board. Under a contract signed and approved at 
Manila July 25, 1903, Dr. T. K. Hunt, formerly lieutenant-governor of the 
Province of Bontoc, got together and brought to the St. Louis Exposition, 
for the Philippine Board, one hundred and fourteen natives, consisting of 
Igorots and Tinguianes. 

In this exhibit the people live just as they do at home. Every day are 
shown blacksmithing, weaving, metal working and copper and ore reduction, 
also dancing every hour of the native dance of each of the three tribes, Bon- 
toc, Suyoc and Tinguiane. At intervals spear throwing and native ceremonies 
are to be seen. All the younger Igorot attend school one hour each morn- 
ing at the Philippine Model School, and one hour in the afternoon under 
the direction of the Berlitz School of Languages. There is a two hours' 
singing lesson in the afternoon for the younger members. They have learned 
to sing all the national airs in English, and take great interest in the work. 

The houses of the chiefs and the principal men are connected with the 
manager's office by telephone, which they use and appreciate. The chiefs 
also have typewriters and are learning to use them. 

All of the Igorot have saved money, from one hundred to five hundred 
dollars each. Some have learned to carry on a conversation in the English 
language. A few can read and write. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 



THE NEGRITO VILLAGE. 
VALENTIN SEMILLA GUEVARA, MANAGER. 



The Negrito Village contains the lowest type of inhabitants of the 
archipelago. They are the most primitive, and are regarded as the true abor- 
igines. 

The buildings in the village are, like those in the other villages, character- 
istic of the life of these diminutive people. The natives of the villages are 
equipped with their household implements used in their daily life, including 
arms and apparatus for fishing, objects used in ceremonies, dances and 
music, and instruments used in making baskets, bows and arrows, combs, in 
planting rice, etc. ; the whole representing an exact imitation of their sur- 
roundings in their home life. 

The daily program, as presented, is as follows: The celebration of 
marriages like those commonly celebrated among the Negritos of 
the forest ; celebration of annual memorials for deceased relatives with their 
accustomed ceremonies; the celebration of a public meeting for the election 
of chiefs for their villages ; general dances in which all sing what is called 
"Amba;" shooting of arrows by all male Negritos; duet of a Negrito with 
a cane flute called "Bansi," and a female Negrita singing; the same with the 
"Barimbaw," a musical instrument made of bamboo; planting rice in dry 
land by means of the "Bagal" under the song of the "Barimbaw;" making 
fire by means of bamboo sticks ; collecting bees' honey by means of a bamboo 
called "Cana-Boja;" hunting of wild hogs or "Jabali" by means of the 
bating with dogs; hunting of "Jabali" without bating and without dogs; 
making of combs and bracelets by the women and arrows by the men; 
weaving of "Petates" or "Bayones" by women with leaves of the "Buri" 
palm; pounding and cleaning rice; preparation of the poisonous "Nami;" 
preparation of rattans for binding purposes, and the making of "Bilaos" and 
bamboo baskets, etc. 



THE BAGOBO VILLAGE. 
C. L. CROWNER, MANAGER. 



The Bagobo Village was not opened until September I2th, the members 
being detained several weeks at the St. Louis quarantine station on account 
of a case of smallpox which developed before their arrival. Their manager, 



38 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

Mr. Carson Calhoun, died of the disease, as did also several of the natives. 

The routine work and daily exercises in tEe village are as follows: 

Commencing at 9:30 a. m., the rendition of native music begins and 
is kept up throughout the day. Native dances likewise peculiar to these 
people, take place every half hour, the first dance at 10 a. m. and the last at 
5 o'clock in the afternoon. These dances consist of the tribal dance by the 
men; the women's tribal dance; a spear dance and a bolo dance. Each per- 
formance is concluded by the introduction of Datto Bulan, who exhibits his 
wonderful growth of luxuriant hair, and by an explanation of the meaning 
attached to the colors of the costumes worn by the different men of the tribe. 

Upon the conclusion of the program of dances, the public is invited to 
inspect the native dwellings and the furnishings thereof, all of which are 
distinctive and characteristic of the Bagobos, as well as the various native 
traps manufactured and used by the people, the same consisting of a monkey 
trap, a chicken trap, a carabo trap, and a wild hog trap, the workings of each 
being explained in detail to the public. 

The weaving of the different native cloths and fabrics is illustrated for 
the benefit of visitors, full explanations being given with respect to the ma- 
terials entering therein, the dyes used, and the method of securing the same. 

The manner of entertaining a Datto is also demonstrated, music on the 
native guitar being rendered by the women, who at the same time execute a 
peculiar dance. 



PUBLICITY AND EXPLOITATION. 



The question of publicity and exploitation was one to which the Board 
gave early attention, and in order to advertise the exhibit properly and at- 
tract the interest and attention of the public, two departments were created, 
one known as "Publicity" and the other as "Exploitation," both having the 
same end in view, but along different lines. The former department was 
placed in charge of Mr. Herbert S. Stone, and the latter in charge of Mr. 
Alfred C. Newell, both experienced newspaper men. The two departments 
were later consolidated. 

It was believed from the outset that the best results were to be obtained 
not from an attempt to bring people to St. Louis, which was the primary 
object of the World's Fair exploitation, but to get people who had come to 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 39 

St. Louis to visit the Philippine exhibit. For this reason the 'Publicity de- 
partment constantly labored with the local press. On several Sundays, St. 
Louis papers have contained a total of over three columns of Philippine mat- 
ter and hafdly a week day has passed without the appearance of some para- 
graph relating to the exhibit. Ninety per cent, of all the Philippine matter 
appearing in the local papers was written in the Publicity department. In 
placing this material, the office was greatly aided by the use of photographs. 
There were taken for this department two hundred and seventy-three nega- 
tives and no less than forty-nine hundred prints. These photographs were 
widely distributed among newspapers and magazines of the better class and 
have been very generally reproduced. For the smaller papers, a number of 
coarse-screen half-tone cuts and zinc etchings were prepared and loaned to 
carry a general story. In this way, a three-column article, sent out from 
this department was printed in over four hundred country papers. The 
General Press Bureau of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition has sent out 
Philippine matter to the extent of over a column a week ; it has regularly 
included special Philippine stories prepared by the Publicity department in 
its list of papers, numbering twenty-five hundred, taking plate-matter, and 
in addition sent to syndicates and selected lists, stories and pictures covering 
many features of the exhibition queer habitations, music, babies, sports, and 
religious beliefs of the various tribes. In this way, and at practically no ex- 
pense to the Philippine Exposition, there was covered a wide range of /sub- 
jects tending to inspire interest and increase income. The space received, so 
far as shown by clippings makes an average of over fifteen columns a day 
and a total of more than two thousand columns since the middle of May. 

On September I5th, the Department of Exploitation was discontinued. 
Previous to that date, it had prepared and distributed through the mailing 
division, a million copies of the two booklets describing the Philippine Ex-** 
position, 120,000 copies of a bird's-eye view of -the reservation, a large 
number of special articles for trade purposes and through the co-operation of 
the World's Fair authorities, 200,000 hand bills, 10,000 twenty- four sheet post- 
ers and 50,000 special programs of events on Philippine Day, August I3th. 

The Exploitation department also issued teachers' tickets to the number 
of 600 a week during July and August, prepared articles for the Official 
Guide, the "World's Work," the "Booklovers Magazine," and other mnga- 
zines. 

The Publicity department alone since September I5th has had charge of 
all passes issued, and of the supervision of the lecturers on the grounds. 
Even before the organization of the Publicity and Exploitation depart- 
ments, the world had already been informed of the dog-eating tastes of the 



40 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

Igorot and to this fact may be attributed no small part of the income of 
the Philippine Exposition. Owing to a feeling that this topic might safely 
be left to the thoughtful care of the political press, the advertising depart- 
ments have avoided official mention of it and have endeavored* to call at- 
tention to the more worthy characteristics of the natives. It is not true that 
the savages have been unduly exploited at the expense of the more dignified 
exhibits, but no amount of emphasis on commercial exhibits, constabulary 
drills and scout parades has distracted attention from the "dog-eaters" and 
''head-hunters." 



DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLICATIONS. 

Under the direction of the Director of Exhibits, the following publications 
were distributed among prominent visitors, members of international con- 
gresses, foreign and state commissions, prominent journals, libraries, univer- 
sities, academies, museums, members of congress, consuls, diplomats cham- 
bers of commerce and other trade organizations : 

Official handbook of the Philippines. 

The Philippine Exposition, World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904. 

Educational Work in the Philippines. 

Report of the Philippine Weather Bureau. 

Report of the Auditor of the Philippine Islands for the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1903. 

Second special report of W. Morgan Shuster, Collector of Customs for the 
Philippine Islands, covering the period from September I, 1902, to October 
8, 1903. 

The Far Eastern Review, Vol. i, Nos. 2 and 3. 

Census Bulletin No. I, Population of the Philippines. 

Census Bulletin No. 2, The Climate of the Philippines. 

Census Bulletin No. 3, Volcanoes and Seismic Centers of the Philippine 
Archipelago. 

The Gutta-Percha and Rubber of the Philippine Islands. 

Trypanosoma and Trypanosomiasis with Special Reference to Surra in the 
Philippine Islands. 

Circular Letter of Governor Taft and Information and Instructions for 
the Preparation of the Philippine Exhibit for the Louisiana Purchase Ex- 
position. 

Discurso Pronunciado por Gustavo Niederlein, Comisionado Especial y 
Miembro de la Junta de la Exposicion en la Apertura del Museo Permanente 
de Manila el 23 de Febrero de 1903. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 41 

Report of the Bureau of Forestry of the Philippine Islands, 1902. 

Report of the Bureau of Forestry of the Philippine Islands, 1903. 

A Dictionary of the 'Plant Names of the Philippine Islands. 

Exposition Number of Justicia. 

Exposition Number of the Sunday Sun. 

Important Philippine Woods. 

Botanical Investigations in Java. 

New or Noteworthy Philippine Plants. 

The Forest Manual. 

Journal of Agriculture Tropicale. 

Philippine Islands Forestry and Timber Exhibit. 



THE RESERVATION HOSPITAL. 



The necessity of a well-equipped hospital on the Philippine Exposition 
Board's reservation early became apparent. This does not mean that health 
conditions have been bad. On the other hand they have been exceptionally 
good, but with nearly thirteen hundred natives of the Philippine Islands 
on the reservation, all in a strange land and under climatic conditions to 
which they are not accustomed, made the question of the preservation of their 
health one of prime importance. 

Dr. Llewellyn P. Williamson, of the U. S. Army Medical corps, was 
first assigned as medical officer in charge of the hospital, and was succeeded 
later by Dr. Carrol D. Buck, also of the Army Medical corps. Dr. Cameron, 
of the Constabulary battalion has also been on continuous duty at the hospital. 

The consolidated medical report for the months of July, August r-nd 
September is as follows : 

OUTSIDE 
TREATMENT 
4 






0* 


Total 272 228 12 28 4 



Scouts 


ADMITTED 
51 


RECOVERED 

47 


DIED 

o 


REMAi: 

n 


Constabulary 


122 


98 


3 


21 


N^esrritos 


-- - 





o 





Tporot 


15 


9 


2 


4 


Moros 


- - 11 


Q 


7 


n 


Visayans 


13 


13 


o 





Bagobos - 


10 


7 


3 


n 


Students - 


30 


30 


o 


o 


Americans - 


?0 


IS 


? 


1 



42 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

Carson Calhoun, American, and three Bagobos died at St. Louis Quaran- 
tine station where they had been sent suffering from small pox contracted 
before arrival. One American employee died of abscess of the liver at Eureka 
Springs, Ark., where he had been sent for a change of climate; one con- 
stabulary died of suicide from gunshot wound, and one of pneumonia ; one 
Igorot died of pneumonia and one of beri-beri. Two Moros died of beri-beri. 

The condition of the Philippine scouts has been excellent in every re- 
spect. Their camp is a model from a sanitary standpoint and the sick report 
very low. Chicken pox and mumps with which both the scouts and con- 
stabulary were early infected have entirely disappeared. 

The sanitary condition of the Cuartel, in which the constabulary are quar- 
tered, has never been very good, owing partially to faulty construction and 
to lack of care and proper police. Changes were made to remedy the faults 
of construction. The presence of a number of cases of beri-beri among 
the constabulary added materially to their sick report. No definite reason 
can be assigned for this outbreak of beri-beri and every effort was made 
to ascertain its cause. 

In spite of their primitive way of living the Negritos have been the 
healthiest people on the reservation. In two months there was not a case 
serious enough to be taken on sick report. 

Except for a number of cases of beri-beri the health of the Igorot has 
been good. The origin of this beri-beri, like that in the constabulary, is 
unknown, and while several cases have recovered, there have been no new 
ones for -some time. 

There have been no cases of serious illness among the Visayans. There 
has been quite a demand from them for cathartics, tonics, etc., but no sickness 

of moment. 

Dr. Williamson inspected the Bagobos on their arrival in St. Louis, 
and found one of them suffering from small pox. To- prevent the introduc- 
tion of infection into the reservation, arrangements were made with the city 
of St. Louis to care for these people at the quarantine station. The wisdom 
of this was demonstrated by the appearance of three more cases. When the 
danger of infection had passed the people were brought to the reservation and 
have remained in good health since. 

On August 5th, one hundred students arrived and were quartered in 
the Cuartel. They were much crowded, and to relieve the congestion, three 
tents were erected for their occupancy. A case of measles appeared shortly 
after their arrival and was sent to the Mayfield hospital as it could not be 
isolated here. A number of these students suffered from minor gastric ail- 
ments but no serious sickness. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 



The most serious cases with which the hospital has had to deal have 
been among the, Americans employed on the reservation. A number of very 
serious surgical and medical cases were received from this source. These 
people were charged a fee of one dollar a day for hospital attention, and the 
money so derived was a small source of revenue. 

A daily inspection of the grounds and buildings had been made and sanitary 
infractions promptly rectified when possible to do so. Prior to July 25th, 
all garbage was hauled to the Exposition crema'tory and there burned at 
considerable expense. On July 25th a contract was entered into with the 
Tamm Glue Company, whereby it obligated itself to remove all garbage free 
of cost. This resulted in a considerable saving to the board. 

Five births have occurred among the Filipinos on the grounds, four in * 
the Visayan and one in the Igorot village. 



DISTRIBUTION OF EXHIBITS. 



The work of distributing the 70,000 exhibits collected has been dele- 
gated to a committee authorized to act independently of the Exposition 
Board, the committee consisting of Captain George P. Ahern, chief of the 
Forestry bureau of the 'Philippine Islands; Dr. Gustavo Niederlein and 
Honorable A. L. Lawshe, members of the Board. 

The committee held its first meeting November 4th and its minutes of 
the meeting indicate the policy to be pursued. At the request of the com- 
mittee they are incorporated herein: 

"The committee on the distribution of exhibits, appointed by the civil 
governor of the Philippine Islands, to consist of the following persons : 
Captain George P. Ahern, Dr. Gustavo Niederlein and the Honorable A. L. 
Lawshe, met for the purposes of organization this fourth day of November, 
1904. 

"Captain Ahern, being first named in the cablegram of authority, was 
made chairman, and Dr. Niederlein was chosen as secretary. 

"The authority of the committee is found in section i of act 827, amend- 
ing acts 765 and 514 of the Philippine commission, the particular paragraph 
cited being as follows: 

"Provided, however, that from the exhibits at the St. Louis Exposition 
owned by the Philippine government, there shall be selected by a committee 
to be designated by the civil governor, all exhibits which, in the opinion of 



44 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

the committee, it would be wise and not too expensive to reship to Manila at 
the close of the Exposition at St. Louis for use in a permanent museum in 
Manila ; 

"And provided further, That the property, effects and exhibits 
of the Insular Museum of Ethnology, Natural History and Commerce, estab- 
lished by act numbered two hundred and eighty- four (284) which have been 
taken over by the Exposition board, shall be returned to Manila for use in a 
permanent museum in Manila. (Enacted August 5, 1903.)" 

The committee is also governed by the last paragraph of section 4, of 
act 514, which reads as follows: 

"The Board (Philippine Exposition) is further authorized to acquire by 
purchase such exhibits as it may not be able to obtain gratuitously, and to 
make such a disposition of same as may seem wise, tendering them first to the 
Smithsonian Institution, and second to the Philadelphia Commercial Mu- 
seum." 

Further authority is granted in a cablegram from the governor of 
the Philippine Islands through the chief of the Bureau of Insular Affairs to 
the chairman of the Philippine Exposition board under date of October I7th, 
such cablegram being as follows : 

"Appointed Ahern, Jenks, Lawshe, committee under provisions of act 
827. Notify them of appointment; act does not contemplate their acting in 
advisory capacity, but makes their direction controlling; think would be very 
well if they confer freely with Wilson and representatives of Smithsonian 
Institute; commission by resolution promised Wilson he should have first 
choice, and Smithsonian Institute next of articles not to be returned here. 
Committee can deal with question of exchange and Exposition Board direct 
sales of articles not to be returned here." 

Under date of October 3ist a cablegram was received from the governor 
of the Philippine Islands by the chairman of the board through the chief of 
the Bureau of Insular Affairs, as follows : 

"Niederlein has been appointed committee upon understanding that 
Jenks will immediately select material belonging to Ethnological Survey and 
other Ethnological material which he desires returned and material so selected 
shall be returned to Manila. Jenks will leave for Manila upon completion 
of this work." 

CLASSES OF EXHIBITS. 

The committee decided that exhibits shall be classified as follows: 
(i) Material to be returned to the Philippine Islands for museum pur- 
poses. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 45 

(2) Material to be returned to the owners. 

(a) In the Philippine Islands, 
(c) In foreign countries. 

(b) In United States. 

(3) Exhibits to be given to museums, colleges, etc. 

(4) Material to be sold. 

Lists as above classified are now finally revised. 



BASIS OF ACTION. 



As a basis of action, the committee decides upon the following lines of 
policy : 

First : That as the law contemplates that the Smithsonian Institution 
shall receive the first tender of exhibits, and the cablegram from the Civil 
Government apparently conflicts therewith, giving to the 'Philadelphia Com- 
mercial Museum first choice, the committee decides that the museums shall 
have substantially an equal share in the distribution of exhibits where prac- 
ticable, trusting that the representatives of the two museums may be able 
at all times to determine differences amicably. 

Second : That the committee will favor such distribution as in its opinion 
will secure to the Philippine Islands the greatest benefit commercially, in- 
dustrially, scientifically, and otherwise. That an effort shall be made to dis- 
tribute the exhibits in as large groups as possible. It is the sense of the 
committee that the exhibits shall not be dissipated into small, valueless ex- 
hibits in different parts of the country, except where particular articles are 
desired by colleges for educational purposes. 

Third: That in allotting exhibits to the Philadelphia Commercial Mus- 
eum, the Smithsonian Institution, and other large institutions or colleges 
which may share in the distribution, such agreements or contracts shall be 
made as will entitle the Philippine Government, if it so desires, to withdraw 
the whole or any part of these exhibits from any museum for the purpose 
of making a distinctively Philippine exhibit at any time and place in the future, 
in order that the Philippine Government may not be put to the expense of col- 
lecting another large exhibit for future Expositions, all exhibits so removed 
to be later returned to their proper custodians. 

Fourth: That valuable exhibits, which in the judgment of the commit- 
tee are too costly to be donated, will 'be offered for sale at a price to be 



46 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

fixed by the Exposition Board, the same to be tendered first to museums in 
such order of precedence as may be indicated. It is understood that the dis- 
tribution to these institutions, if not bought outright, shall be made under 
the condition that any desirable duplicate material in their hands shall be re- 
served for the Philippine Museum in Manila. 

Fifth : That in all cases where there is sufficient quantity of exhibit ma- 
terial of the same class to justify distribution to the various institutions se- 
lected by the committee and leave a surplus, the committee recommends such 
surplus to be sold, or exchanged for exhibits which will be of value to the : 
Philippine Government Museum in Manila. 

Sixth: That when an exhibit has been apportioned to any applicant, 
the Exposition Board's responsibility therefor shall cease. 

That the successful applicant shall upon receiving notice of such assign- 
ment, cause the same to be packed and shipped to its proper destination 
without cost to the Philippine Exposition Board within thirty days there- 
after. 

That when exhibits are now in valuable cases or packings, such cases and 
packings shall be purchased from the Board at a corresponding appraised value 
in the discretion of the committee. 

That each applicant awarded an exhibit shall take the necessary steps to 
secure free entry therefor. 

That in all cases where in order to secure a part of an exhibit for ex- 
hibition or museum purposes it is necessary to clear the whole through the 
Customs House, the exhibitor may, if he so desires, clear the whole by pay- 
ment of duty as required. 

Seventh : That no books or valuable manuscripts shall be transferred to 
any institution or museum, but that all such material shall be reserved as a 
part of a great public library to be founded in Manila. 

The Board believes that this scheme of distribution, as decided upon by 
the committee, is fair and just and that it is substantially as contemplated bv 
the Philippine government. 



FISCAL AFFAIRS OF THE BOARD. 



THE DISBURSING DEPARTMENT. 
CARSON TAYLOR, DISBURSING OFFICER. 



The following statement shows the advances to the disbursing officer 
from the date of his appointment to September 30, 1904, as well as the 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 47 

amounts disbursed to said dates. Mexican and Philippine currency disbursed 
in the Philippine Islands are reduced to United States currency at the proper 
ratio. These funds are derived solely from appropriations from the Philip- 
pine treasury and reimbursements thereto from receipts, and are exclusive 
of the amount received from the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company, 
which was disbursed by an agent of the United States Treasury Department. 

ADVANCES. 

Received by accountable warrants during fiscal year ending 

June 30, 1903, $144,200, equivalent to .....' $ 57,000.00 

Received by appropriation Act 595, $4,689, local currency, for 

rent of building in Manila 1,800.00 

Received by accountable warrants from July ist to December 

31, 1903, at Manila, P. L, $250,000, equivalent to 125,000.00 

Received by accountable warrants, transfers and refunds from 

January i, 1904, to September 30, 1904 820,341.58 



1,004,141.58 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Disbursed in Manila during fiscal year ending June 30, 1903, 

$ I 35>97 6 -9 2 > local currency 53,643.66 

Disbursed in Manila appropriation under Act 595, $4,689, local 

currency 1,800.00 

Disbursed in Manila during period from July ist to December 

31, 1903, $225,741.05, local currency 112,870.52 

Disbursements in St. Louis January ist to Sept. 30, 1904 .... 805,772.85 



- Total disbursements to September 30, 1904 974,087.03 

Unexpended balance refunded to Insular treasurer, June 30. 

1903, local currency, $8,223.08 3,356-33 

Refund to Insular treasurer, June, 1904, $1,660.00 P. C 830.00 

Taken up to balance on account of reduction from one currency 

to another .01 

Balance on hand September 30, 1904 25,868.21 



Total 1,004.141.58 

The work of the disbursing office is now current. All old bills are paid 
with the exception of a few claims the validity of which is disputed. The ex- 
penditures at this time, November n, 1904, are on a fixed charge basis, 
and amount approximately to $1,250.00 per day, including Sundays, while 
the daily average receipts approximate four times this amount. 



48 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

THE CASHIER'S DEPARTMENT. 
A. T. RUAN. CASHIER. 



The receipts of the cashier's department, by months, from the date of 
opening to and including September 30, were as follows : 

MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPT. TOTAL 

Admissions $5,170.75 $33,436.20 $44,507.01 $67,993.48 $108,672.55 $259,779.99 

Sales 30.27 1,438.90 2,496.68 4,273.41 6,333,92 14,573.18 

Restaurants 2,374.06 4,116.76 5,097.44 5,780.37 7,695.64 25,064.27 

Rents 310.33 290.00 210.00 601.00 337.50 -1,748.83 

Reimbursements- 609.98 890.55 3,361.00 714.11 5,269.26 10,844.90 

Misc . Collections _ 8.68 .__ 8.68 

Total $8,495.39 $40,181.09 $55,672.13 $79,362.37 $128,308.87 $312,019.85 

The receipts from sales and admissions may be segragated as follows: 

IGOROT VILLAGE 

MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPT. TOTAL 

Admissions $4,702.75 $25,809.40 $25,013.06 $33,115.50 $ 47,235.46 $135,876.17 

Sales 603.70 241.15 233.65 193.25 1,271.75 

Total $4,702.75 $26,413.10 $25,254.21 $33,349.15 $ 47,428.71 $137,147.92 

VISAYAN VILLAGE 

Admissions $ 1,379.60 $ 5,362.01 $ 8,745.25 $ 14,924.82 $ 30,411.68 

Sales 67.25 483.10 819.75 1,972.70 3,342.80 

Total . ___ $ 1,446,85 $ 5,845.11 $ 9,565.00 $ 16,897.52 $ 33,754.48 

MORO VILLAGE 

Admissions $ 3,217,50 $ 7,229.16 $11,795.05 $ 18,350.66 $ 40,592.37 

Sales _^______ 9.00 23.00 32.00 

Total $ 3,217.50 $ 7,229.16 $11,804.05 $ 18,373.66 $ 40,624.37 

NEGRITO VILLAGE 

Admissions $ 1,326.55 $ 5,081.47 $ 9,961.45 $ 20,060.02 $ 36,429.49 

gales 6.15 12.80 18.95 

Total $ 1,326.55 $ 5,081.47 $ 9,967.60 $ 20,072.82 $ 36,448.44 

BAGOBO VILLAGE 

Admissions $ 2,266.17 $ 2,266.17 

OTHER SOURCES 

Admissions.: $ 468.00 $1,703.15 $1,821,31 $4,376.23 $ 5,835.42 $14,204.11 

Sales 30.27 767.95 1,772.43 3,204.86 4.132.17 9,907.68 

Total $ 498.27 $ 2,471.10 $ 3,593.74 $ 7,581.09 $ 9,967.59 $ 24,111.29 

It will be noted from the foregoing statement that the bulk of the 
revenue of the Board was derived from admissions to the five native villages. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 49 

All of these villages were financed and operated by the Board and their gross 
receipts were collected by the cashier through ticket sellers stationed at the 
entrance gates. The gross receipts of the Igorot village were subject to a de- 
duction of 5 per cent, on account of commission paid T. K. Hunt, manager, 
under the terms of his contract, which payment was made through the disburs- 
ing officer of the Board. 

Of the gross receipts of the Visayan village, 25 per cent, accrued to 
the Board as revenue, and 75 per cent was received as a reimbursement for 
expenses incurred on account of this village including its return to the 
Philippines. After the Board has been thus reimbursed, the net profits of 
the village are to be equally divided with its manager, Mr. M. R. Healy. 
The gross receipts of the Moro, Negrito and Bagobo villages are revenue 
to the Board without deduction. 

Next in importance to admissions, as a source of revenue, are restaur- 
ants. Four are now in operation ; two where meals are served, and two where 
light lunches, etc., may be obtained. The board received 25 per cent, of the 
gross receipts of all restaurants, except on sales of manufactured tobacco, 
the percentage on which is 12^ per cent. 

The receipts from miscellaneous concessions are shown under the head- 
ing "sales" and "rents," the latter classification also including ground rents 
and space sold for the period of the Exposition. 

Reimbursements to expenses represent re-payments made to the board 
for material, labor, etc., furnished concessionaires or others. 

In addition to the receipts, which have been deposited to the credit 
of the treasurer of the Philippine Islands and revert to the credit of the 
appropriation made for the Philippine Exposition, the cashier has sold one 
thousand two hundred and ten sets of Philippine coins for $2420. 
These coins were sent here by the war department for sale, the amount real- 
ized being deposited to the credit of the "Gold Standard" account of the 
Philippine government, and are not treated as a revenue of the board. 

The personnel of the cashier's department comprises the following em- 
ployes : 

One cashier, one chief clerk, four other clerks, fifteen ticket sellers, four 
cash clerks. The total monthly payroll of the cashier's department amounts to 
$1,705. The salaries of six of these employes, aggregating $430.00 per 
month are reimbursable by concessionaires, or others. 



50 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT. 
GEORGE S. CLARK, PURCHASING AGENT. 



In order that purchases might be made as economically and expeditiously 
as possible, a purchasing agent was appointed January 15, 1904. From that 
date to September 3Oth there were issued from his office on various mercan- 
tile firms for supplies and materials, twenty-one hundred requisitions, which 
were approved for purchase by the chairman of the Board, or by the executive 
officer. During the construction period, the chief items of expense were 
lumber, hardware and other materials necessary for the completion of build- 
ings, mill work, etc. A considerable quantity of office furniture, such as 
desks, tables and necessary ^office supplies was also purchased. For roads 
and walks, approximately two hundred and twenty-five cars of cinders were 
necessary. The cinders were purchased from the St. Louis Transit Com- 
pany as a rule, although the Laclede Gaslight Company furnished gratis, 
with the exception of freight charges, about one hundred cars, which would 
have cost on a former basis about $1,500. 

Invariably everything requested, for construction or otherwse, was for 
immediate use and the office was being continually called upon to "rush," 
which was done in every matter, with generally satisfactory results, al- 
though on account of the unnatural business conditions existing at the 
time it was necessary to persistently pursue the business houses to get re- 
sults. It was the policy of the office in buying goods which covered any 
amount of expense, to secure two or more bids, and the records will show that 
the lowest bidder secured the business. On a few occasions, orders were 
placed direct, but the circumstances in every case warranted the proceedings. 

Triplicate bills have been retained for every purchase, with dray tickets 
attached, showing delivery, together with copies of bids. Correspondence 
on the various subjects is filed in regular order for immediate reference 
now or in the future. 

The amount of purchases in money value is indicated by the payments 
made by the disbursing officer in St. Louis. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 



51 



THE COMMISSARY DEPARTMENT. 



CAPT. M. C. BUTLKR. U. S. A., COMMISSARY OFFICER. 



A commissary department was organized at an early date for the pur- 
pose of furnishing subsistence to the Filipinos and others on the reservation 
entitled to subsistence at the expense of th'e government by law or by con- 
tract. No separate record was kept of these subsistence supplies at the out- 
set, but on May loth, when an officer of the United States army was detailed 
as commissary officer, proper accounts and returns were made, and the 
privileges of the commissary were extended so as to permit certain employes, 
and especially the constabulary band and battalion to purchase subsistence. 

The following statement shows the total purchases and the total and 
average cost of the subsistence of the various villages, persons, .etc., during 
the period from May loth to September 3Oth, inclusive: 





PERSONS 


TOTAL 


Negrito Village 


38 


$ 684.21 


Constabulary 


280 


5,065.20 


Visayan Village -- 


95 


1,757.96 


Igorot Village - 


111 


2,279.87 


Lanao Village (Moro)-- 


38 


746.01 


Samal Village (Moro)-- 


40 


772.59 


Bagobo Village-- 


30 


246.44 


Philippine Students-- 


100 


702.24 


Hospital 




672.92 


Constabulary Officer Mess 




399.48 


Igorot Manager Mess 




109.18 


Negrito Manager Mess- - -- 




45.03 


Miscellaneous - 




532.45 



PER PERSON 

3.12932 Daily 

.13019 '" 

.13573 " 

.11439 " 

.14116 " 

.14698 " 

.19712 " 

.22652 "* 



The total amount of purchases was $13,946.66. The total amount of is- 
sues $14,155.34. The average cost per person per day, $0.14721. The issues 
exceed the purchases because of bills outstanding and unpaid on Sept. 3oth. 

The commissary and purchasing department were consolidated under 
the purchasing agent October nth, N on which date Captain Butler's ac- 
countability closed. 



PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 



The following statement shows, in detail, the disbursements made by 
the Board to September 30, 1904, from funds derived fr.om all sources, in- 
cluding the appropriation made by the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Com- 
pany of $200,000. From this latter source there is yet due the Board a balance 
approximating $12,000: 





Labor 


Lumber 


Hardware 


Painting 


Sundries 


Totals 


Cuartel __ 


$11,424 39 
9,965 16 
10,636 33 
7,470 63 
7,675 14 
22,380 59 
5,906 20 
3,491 17 
11,205 75 
5,227 59 
3,595 87 
4,841 52 
9,970 15 
84095 
11,931 46 
10,995 98 
51426 


$13,514 53 
10,610 81 
5,309 79 
2,438 86 
4,515 22 
9,014 65 
3,443 80 
2,466 52 
6,875 27 
3,882 27 
1,479 24 
2,227 03 
2,092 38 
876 65 
9494 


$ 1,387 08 
43204 
543 04 
161 88 
65540 
781 70 
26609 
87 54 
373 50 
231 17 
143 56 
5805 
3322 
2242 
279 17 
34 50 
7352 


$ 778 50 
794 58 
684 35 
492 50 
1,296 00 
549 85 
235 20 
317 60 
605 65 
144 85 
378 40 
201 20 
293 30 
62 00 


$11,232 38 
2,31424 
2,537 64 
1,729 62 
1,935 13 
4,091 40 
315 77 
110 00 
2,495 83 
1,797 39 
590 65 
1,224 20 
5,902 77 
924 61 
4,028 15 
21,292 16 
440 00 
3,354 77 


$38,336 88 
24,116 83 
19,711 15 
12,293 49 
16,076 89 
36,818 19 
10,167 06 
6,472 83 
. 21,556 00 
11,283 27 
6,187 72 
8,552 00 
18,291 82 
2,726 63 
16,333 72 
32,322 64 
1,240 57 
3,354 77 
225 78 
15,493 00 
127,749 45 
4,538 96 
4,407 02 
41 51 
15,999 14 
8,435 94 
619 50 
1,711 08 
78989 
110 82 
19,764 77 
1,363 77 
118 05 
54 75 
1,975 60 
122 85 
8,769 80 
1,458 91 
1,091 19 
592 80 
1,781 28 
416 79 
52,336 30 
23,315 79 


Government 


Education _ 


Commerce 


Woman's 


War 


Forestry _ 


Agriculture 


Restaurant No. 1 


Ethnology _ __ 


Restaurant No. 3 


Bridge No. 1 


Observatory 


Public Comfort 


Staff Work 


Roads and Sewers 




Greenhouse 


212 79 




Water Service 




Bridge No. 2 


171 02 
4,139 15 
70,553 61 
2,537 56 
2,794 89 
41 51 
8,209 28 
2,380 20 
225 75 
892 78 
47675 
- 110 82 
7,057 70 
966 60 
118 05 
5475 
640 75 
12285 
1,721 11 
60295 
453 55 
36438 
858 36 


40 66 

4,220 91 
8,759 27 
1,198 41 
1,529 62 




14 10 
194 50 


Scouts' Camp _ _ 


56488 
3,438 64 
34 57 
82 51 


6,373 56 
44,997 93 
702 77 


Electric Plant 


Photograph 


65 65 


Fisheries 


Stock Room 






Hospitals 


2,897 84 
2,815 36 
393 75 
753 10 
95 23 


30400 
439 41 


380 00 
93 20 


4,208 02 
2,707 77 


Igorot Village 


Bridge No 3 


Bridges Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7__ 
Monuments 


6520 

48 30 








16961 


American Concession Co. 
Visayan Village* 




3,020 42 
31300 


45633 
1875 


510 45 

65 42 


3,424 49 


School 


Klump's Booth 




J B Socci Booth 










Band Stand 


1,142 25 


, 


30 00 


162 60 


Evans & Smith 




Moro Village 


1,152 94 
795 96 
438 75 
120 70 
670 23 
4739 


295 10 
3999 
143 15 
25 82 
27 70 
2 40 




5,600 65 
2001 
55 74 
81 90 
22499 
367 00 
12,965 78 
3,171 75 


Mines 




Negrito Village 




Barber Shop 




Bagobo Village 




Reviewing Stand 




Grounds and Buildings _ 
Landscape Gardening 

Totals 


39,370 52 
20,14404 
















$303,082 07 


$99,460 54 


$11,550 63 


$8,187 30 


$151,551 28 


$579,127 20 





*$5,295.38 U. S. Customs. 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 53 

Labor for Buildings, as per foregoing statement $303,082 07 

Lumber for Buildings, as per foregoing statement 99,460 54 

Hardware for Buildings, as per foregoing statement 11,550 63 

Painting for Buildings, as per foregoing statement 8,187 30 

U. 3. Customs for Buildings, as per foregoing statement 5,295 38 

Sundries for Buildings, as per foregoing statement 151,551 28 $579,127 20 

Salaries and operating expense 131,028 21 

Expense, administrative and incidental 47,250 10 

Fire protection implements 805 00 

Insurance .. 6,273 40 

Heating 3,962 41 

Exhibit installation 31,155 41 

Contractors' commissions 11,781 62 

Freight 96,874 91 

Subsistence 19,107 89 

Filipino carpenters' salaries 7,659 10 

Commissary fixtures 3,094 96 

Office fixtures 3,609 55 

Exhibit fixtures 185 20 

Expenditures for exhibits _ 8,145 41 

Salaries of natives 21,922 64 

Salaries of Visayans 8,406 42 

Expense Visayan Village 5,606 36 

John Krieder 175 00 

Percentage to concessionaire 5,396 26 

Total expenditures $991,567 05 

Additional disbursements not included in this statement were made by 
Carson Taylor, D. O., at Manila, P. I., of $166,514.18, the whole amount 
being administrative expenses and cost of exhibits purchased. 

Disbursements were also made by J. G. Jester, Philippine disbursing 
agent at Washington, and by other disbursing officers in the Philippine Is- 
lands, whose accounts were rendered direct to the auditor at Manila, no full 
reports having been received as yet by the Board, but as shown by partial 
reports and indicated by net withdrawals, such amounts were $162,404.27. It 
is therefore apparent that the total official disbursements, from funds derived 
from all sources, for the Philippine exhibit September 30, 1904, amounted 
to $1,320,485.50, crediting the receipts to September 30, amounting to $312,- 
019.85, and deducting $189,423.18, furnished by the Louisiana Purchase Ex- 
position Company, leaves a difference of $819,042.47? as the net cost of the 
exhibit to the Philippine treasury to September 30, 1904. This statement 
will be affected and probably materially reduced by the receipts and ex- 
penditures since that date. 



54 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



RETRENCHMENTS. 



On account of the unexpectedly large outlay in installing the Exposition 
and the disappointing receipts in reimbursement, it was deemed wise early in 
July to adopt radical steps toward retrenchment. This was begun under the 
advice and direction of Colonel Clarence R. Edwards, Chief of the Bureau 
of Insuiar Affairs of the War Department, through which bureau the Ex- 
position Board is responsible to the Philippine Government. Due to Colonel 
Edwards' intelligent and energetic efforts, much was accomplished in this 
direction. As rapidly as practicable without impairment to the service, depart- 
ments were consolidated, and in complete furtherance of these measures of 
economy, a new scheme of organization was adopted August I5th, under 
which the offices of Executive Officer and Chief of Exploitation were abolished, 
the positions of engineer of grounds and landscape gardener were con- 
solidated, and the force of clerks, laborers and guards was reduced. Later 
the offices of purchasing agent and commissary officer were consolidated. 

The organization since August I5th has remained substantially the 
same, except for the abolishment of certain minor positions, as rapidly as their 
services could be spared, and the addition of lecturers or "spielers" for the 
purpose of attracting visitors to the various villages. With the promotion of 
Mr. Herbert S. Stone from chief of publicity to membership on the Board, this 
office was abolished, the work of publicity being practically ended. 

The official organization at this time is as follows : 

Honorable A. L. Lawshe, chairman. 

Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, member. 

Herbert S. Stone, member. 

Dr. Leon M. Guerrero, secretary. 

Carson Taylor, disbursing officer. 

A. T. Ruan, cashier. 

Under the present organization of the Board, to the chairman, in addi- 
tion to his general executive functions, is assigned jurisdiction over revenues 
and disbursements ; Dr. Gustavo Niederlein continues as director of exhibits, 
and Mr. Herbert S. Stone, as member and executive officer, has supervision 
over administrative matters on the grounds and in the villages. 

The foregoing is the organization provided for in the various laws of the 
Philippine Commission governing the Philippine exhibit. In the performance 
of its work the Board has a corps of assistants not specifically named in 
the statutes, but appointed by the Board under the general authority conferred 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 55 

upon it, such as a purchasing agent and commissary officer, a property clerk, 
a chief of concessions and an officer in charge of each exhibit building, as 
indicated elsewhere in this report, and a general clerical, police and labor 
force. The authorized personnel on November ist was in detail as follows: 

Office of chairman: 

Chairman, one stenographer, one employe, total monthly pay roll, in- 
cluding per diem for expenses to the chairman, $841.66. 

Office of director of exhibits : 

One member, one stenographer; total monthly pay roll including per 
diem for expenses to the director of exhibits, $733.33. 

Office of member and executive officer : 

One member, one pass clerk and stenographer ; total monthly pay roll, in- 
cluding per diem of member and executive officer, $698.33. 

Office of secretary: 

Secretary of the board, one clerk and typewriter at $100.00, one clerk 
and typewriter at $65.00; total monthly pay roll including per diem of 
secretary, $583.33. 

General force: 

One reporter at $125.00, one stenographer at $75.00, one clerk and ste- 
nographer at $65.00, two stenographers at $60.00, one superintendent of build- 
ings and, janitors at $100.00, one head janitor at $2.00 per day, 16 janitors at 
$1.60 per day each, six messengers at $20.00 per month, one chief spieler at 
$5.00 per day, ten spielers at $3.50 per day; total monthly pay roll $2,393.00. 

Office of disbursing officer: 

Disbursing officer, one clerk at $116.66, one clerk at $100, one steno- 
grapher at $75.00; total monthly pay roll $441.66. 

Timekeepers : One in charge at $65.00, two at $60.00 each ; monthly pay 
roll $185.00. 

Cashier's office: 

Cashier, one clerk at $125.00, two clerks at $75.00, one clerk at $60.00, 
one employe at $60.00, twelve ticket sellers at $60.00, three ticket sellers (to 
be reimbursed by concessionaires), two cash clerks at $60.00 (one, to be re- 
imbursed by concessionaire), one employe (to be reimbursed by Gold Coin 
Fund) at $50.00, three employes for relief ticket sellers and others at $60.00, 
one cash clerk at $40.00 (to be reimbursed by concessionaire) ; total monthly 
pay roll $1,705.00. 

Office of concessions : 

One chief clerk, one clerk and accountant at $116.66, two clerks at 



56 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

$60.00, eleven ticket takers at $60.00, (one to be reimbursed by concession- 
aire), one checker at $60.00 (to be reimbursed by concessionaire), one check- 
er at $25 per week (to be reimbursed by concessionaire), additional ticket 
taker at $60.00, one checker at $60.00 (to be reimbursed by concessionaire), 
one inspector at $100, one inspector at $75, four employes for all relief pur- 
poses at $60.00, one ticket counter at $40.00; total monthly pay roll, $1,756.66. 

Property division: 

One clerk in charge, one clerk at $65.00, one clerk at $60.00, one customs 
house clerk at $60.00; total monthly pay roll $318.33. 

Office of purchasing agent and commissary officer: 

Purchasing agent, one clerk and stenographer at $100.00, one clerk at 
$75.00, one storekeeper at $60.00, one laborer at $60.00; total monthly pay 
roll including per diem of purchasing agent, $535.00. 

Hospital : 

Two officers, one from the regulary army and one from the constabu- 
lary, detailed without pay from the Exposition Board; one dispensing officer, 
one head nurse at $45.00, two nurses at $40.00, one cook, one employe, one 
messenger; total monthly pay roll $310.00; all employes connected with 
hospital being entitled to subsistence. 

War exhibit: 

Constabulary, one employe at $75.00, scouts, one employe at $75.00; 
total monthly pay roll $150.00. 

Agricultural building: 

One employe in charge, $150.00. 

The Cuartel : 

Constabulary officer in charge, one employe, one fireman at $2.25 per day, 
one fireman at $2.00 per day; total monthly pay roll, $202.50. 

Forestry building: One employe in charge, two laborers for cleaning 
exhibits; total monthly pay roll, $270.00. 

Manila building: One employe in charge at $75.00. 

Fish and Game building : One employe in charge at $100.00. 

Mine's building: One employe in charge at $100.00. 

Commerce building: One employe in charge at $125.00. 

Educational building: One officer of the Philippine Educationad de- 
partment on detail without pay from the Exposition board; one teacher, one 
employe; total monthly pay roll $160.00. 

Ethnology building: One officer on detail from the Philippine Islands 



REPORT OF EXPOSITION BOARD. 57 

without pay from the Exposition board ; one employe ; total monthly pay 
roll $60.00. 

Moro villages : 

One manager, two employes at $100.00 per month ; pay roll of Samal 
Moros, $325.00; pay roll of Lanao Moros, $380.00; total monthly pay roll, 
$1,055.00. 

Igorot village : 

One manager, one assistant manager; pay roll of Igorot per month, 
$1,185.00; pay roll of Tinguianes, $140.00; pay roll of Suyocs, $320.00; 
Bontocs, $725,00; total pay roll of village monthly, $1,451.66. Under the 
arrangement at this village, the manager is to receive his percentage weekly 
and to assume all other salary charges except the pay of the Igorot and 
the necessary gate keepers and ticket sellers. 

Negrito village : 

Manager, assistant manager, three assistants at $30.00 per month each; 
pay roll of natives in Negrito village, Negritos and Manguianes, $320.00; 
total pay roll, $660.00. 

Visayan village : 

One clerk at $125.00, one theater manager at $125.00, one clerk at $60.00, 
one market clerk at $40.00, one messenger at $20.00, two speilers at $3.50 per 
day, one watchman at $2.00 per day, three laundresses at $1.50 per day; 
monthly pay roll of Visayans, $1,130.00; total monthly pay roll of village, 
$1,854.00. 

Bagobo village: , 

Manager, $100.00; estimated pay roll of village, $380.00. 

Guards : 

One inspector in charge, $100.00; three assistant inspectors at $2.25 per 
day each, thirty-seven guards at $2.00 per day; total monthly pay roll, 
$2.522.50. 

Music : 

One band leader, $75.00; one cornetist, $45.00; total, $f 20.00. 

Power house : 

One superintendent, one foreman steam fitters, one clerk, one store 
keeper, one stenographer; as to the remainder of the employes at the 
power house, their time is computed by the hour at different rates, all de- 
pending on the nature of the work; at times, the pay roll has been as high 
as $4,000 for the latter named ; the total monthly pay roll of the power house 
is estimated at $3,185.00. 



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Superintendent of grounds and laborers : 

One superintendent at $125.00 per month, one foreman at $2.75 per 
day, one assistant foreman at $2.25 per day, two laborers at 22^ cents per 
hour, thirty laborers at 20 cents per hour, one water boy at 12^ cents per 
hour, two teams at $5.00 per day, four carpenters at 55 cents per hour, 
one employe at $2.50 per day, two employes at $3.20 per day; total monthly 
pay roll $3,330.90. 

This force will be greatly reduced after December I, when the Exposition 
closes, but there must be a very large increase in the force of laborers to be 
employed in packing, and necessary clearing of the grounds. 

A considerable sum will be derived from the sale of merchandise ex- 
hibits, and other property, to say nothing of the amount to be derived from 
wreckage. 

The Board therefore confidently expects to be able to pay all future 
expenses, close the business of the Exposition, and have remaining a consider- 
able sum to be turned back into the general funds of the Philippine treasury. 

Before concluding this report, the Board should make due acknowledg- 
ment of the valuable services rendered by the exhibitors and collaborators 
who have worked for the success of the Exposition and the assistance in the 
compilation of this report of each chief of department or branch of the service 
as indicated. 

A. L. LAWSHE, Chairman. 

GUSTAVO NIEDERLEIN, Member and Director of Exhibits. 
HERBERT S. STONE, Member and Executive Officer. 
LEON M. GUERRERO, Secretary. 

St. Louis, December I, 1904. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 

GRANTED BY 

THE PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL JURY 

AT THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT EXPOSITION 
WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS, JWO. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 

GRANTED BY 

THE PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL JURY 

AT THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT EXPOSITION 
WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS, MO. 



The Philippine International Jury of Awards was agreed upon, together 
with its jury system, which includes the "Honorable Mention," by the 
Philippine Exposition Board, after consultation with the Bureau of Insular 
Affairs, War Department, Washington, D. C. , the Louisiana Purchase Expo- 
sition Company and the National Commission. It was organized with the 
help of the forty Filipino Honorary Commissioners especially selected from 
the very best elements of the country, namely, Members of U. S. Philippine 
Commission, Provincial Governors, Magistrates, Municipal Presidents, 
Planters, Importers, Exporters, etc., sent by the Insular Government to this 
country to become thoroughly acquainted with the United States and the 
World's Fair. The object of the Philippine International Jury of Awards 
was, in granting prizes, to give well based encouragements of special educa- 
tional value. The composition of this jury was as follows: 



SUPERIOR JURY. 

President Hon. Wm. H. Taft, Secretary of War. 

First Vice-President Dr. Wm. P. Wilson, Chairman Philippine Exposition 

Board. 

Second Vice-President Hon. Wm. Lindsay, Member National Commission. 
Third Vice-PresidentMr. Frederick J. V. Skiff, Director of Exhibits, 

World's Fair, St. Louis. 
Secretary Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, Member of Philippine Exposition Board, 

Director of Exhibits. 
Assistant Secretary Dr. Leon Ma. Guerrero, Secretary Philippine Exposition 

Board. 

MEMBERS. 

Hon. David R. Francis, President Louisiana Purchase Exposition. 
Hon. Thomas H. Carter, President National Commission. 
Hon. A. L. Lawshe, Member Philippine Exposition Board. 
Hon. John M. Allen, Member National Commission. 
Hon. Frederick A. Betts, Member National Commission. 
Hon. Martin H. Glynn, Member National Commission. 
Hon. Lawrence H. Grahame, Secretary National Commission. 
Hon. John F. Miller, Member National Commission. 
Hon. George McBride, Member of National Commission. 
Hon. Philip D. Scott, Member National Commission. 
Hon. John M. Thurston, Member National Commission. 



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JURY OF REVISION. 
DIRECTORS BX-OFFICIO. 

Dr. Wm. P. Wilson, Chairman of the Philippine Exposition Board. 

Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, Member and Director of Exhibits in charge of 
the jury work. 

Mr. A. L- Lawshe, Member of the Philippine Exposition Board, in 
charge of Finances. 

MEMBERS. 

Charles P. Fenner, Chief Department of Commerce and Manufactures, Phil- 
ippine Exposition Board, President of Jury of Manufactures, and Member 

of Jury of Agriculture. 
Dr. Leon Ma. Guerrero, Secretary Philippine Exposition Board, Chief 

Departments of Fine Art and Liberal Arts, and President Juries of Fine 

Art and Liberal Arts. 
A. R. Hager, Chief Department of Education, Philippine Exposition Board, 

President of Jury of Education. 
Charles L. Hall, Chief Departments of Agriculture, Horticulture and Land 

Transportation, Philippine Exposition Board, President of Juries of 

Agriculture and Transportation, and Member of Juries of Horticulture 

and Live Stock. 
Victor J. Hall, Assistant Chief of Departments of Fine Arts and Liberal Arts, 

Philippine Exposition Board, President of Jury of Machinery, Member 

of Juries of Manufactures and Liberal Arts. 

Roy Hopping, Chief Department of Mines and Metallurgy, Philippine Ex- 
position Board, President of Jury of Mines and Metallurgy. 
George P. Linden, Chief Department of Forestry, Philippine Exposition 

Board and President Jury of Forestry. 
Jose Quadras, Chief Department of Fish and Game, Philippine Exposition 

Board, President Juries of Fish and Game and Water Transportation. 
Miss Pilar Zamora, Director of Model School, Philippine Exposition Board, 

Member and Secretary of Juries of Manufactures and Education. 



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GROUP AND DEPARTMENT JURY. 

Director of the Jury Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, Member of the Exposition 
Board and Director of Exhibits. 

Secretary of the Jury Dr. Leon Ma. Guerrero, Secretary of the Exposition 
Board. 

Chairman of the Jury of Education A. R. Hager; Secretary Miss Pilar 
Zamora. 

Chairman of the Jury of Fine Art Leon Ma. Guerrero; Secretary A. 
Fuster. 

Chairman of the Jury of Liberal Arts Dr. Leon Ma. Guerrero; Secretary 
Dr. Roman Lacson. 

Chairman of the Jury of Commerce and Manufactures Hon. Benito Legarda; 
Vice-Chairnian Charles P. Fenner; Secretary Miss Pilar Zamora. 

Chairman of the Jury of Machinery Victor J. Hall. 

Chairman of the Jury of Water Transportation Jose Quadras. 

Chairman of the Jury of Land Transportation Charles L. Hall. 

Chairman of. the Jury of Agriculture Charles L. Hall. 

Chairman of the Jury of Horticulture John Hetherington. 

Chairman of the Jury of Forestry George P. Linden. 

Chairman of the Jury of Mines and Metallurgy Roy Hopping. 

Chairman of the Jury of Fish and Game Jose Quadras. 

Chairman of the Jury of Anthropology Dr. Albert E. Jenks. 

Chairman of the Jury of War Exhibits Major William H. Johnston ; Sec- 
retary Capt. F. E. Cofren. 

MEMBERS. 

Hon. Julio Agcaoili, Juror for Manufactures. 
Dr. Alejandro Albert, Juror for Liberal Arts. 
A. E. Anderson, Juror for Liberal Arts. 
Juan Araneta, Juror for Agriculture. 
Tomas Arguelles, Juror for Transportation. 
Charles S. Banks, Juror for Agriculture and Fish and Game. 

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Marcial Calleja, Juror for Agriculture. 

Alfredo de Castro, Juror for Forestry. 

H. D. Deputy, Juror for Liberal Arts. 

Antonio G. Escamilla, Juror for Transportation. 

Ramon B. Genato, Juror for Art. 

Guillermo Gomez, Juror for Fish and Game. 

Manuel de Iriarte, Juror for Art and Horticulture. 

Ceferino de Leon, Juror for Mining and Metallurgy. 

Juan de Leon, Juror for Manufactures. 

Hon. Potenciano Lesaca, Juror for Fish and Game. 

Leoncio G. Liquete, Juror for Education. 

Vincente Llamas, Juror for Fish and Game. 

First Lieut. W. H. Loving, Liberal Arts. 

Jose de Loyzaga y Ageo, Juror for Education. 

Hon. Simon Luz, Juror for Machinery. 

Eusebio Luzuriaga, Juror for Agriculture. 

Dr. Manuel Gomez Martinez, Juror for Education and Anthropology. 

Alejandro R. Mendoza, Juror for Manufactures. 

Hon. Benito Monreal, Juror for Agriculture. 

Vicente Nepomuceno, Juror for Transportation. 

Vicente Noel, Juror for Live Stock. 

Leon Novenario, Juror for War. 

Hon. Joaquin Ortega, Juror for Forestry. 

C. A. Pettit, Juror for Mining. 

Hon. Juan Pimentel, Juror for Mining. 

Marino M. Ramirez, Juror for Agriculture. 

Hon. Alfonso Ramos, Juror for Agriculture. 

Rafael O. Ramos, Juror for Forestry. 

Hilarion Raymundo, Juror for Horticulture. 

Jose Rivera, Juror for Transportation. 

Alejandro Roces, Juror for Manufactures. 

Hon. Tomas del Rosario, Juror for Education, and Fish and Game. 

Dr. Baldomero Roxas, Juror for Liberal Arts. 

Hon. Epifanio de los Santos, Juror for Mining and Anthropology. 

Vicente Singson, Juror for Agriculture. 

Juan Sumulung, Juror for Agriculture. 

W. N. Swarthout, Juror for Liberal Arts. 

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Hon. T. H. Pardo de Tavera, Juror for Anthropology. 

Hon. Mariano Trias, Juror for War. 

Gervasio Unson, Juror for Live Stock. 

Hon. Juan Villamor, Juror for Manufactures, War, Mining and Anthropology. 

The work of the last named Group and Department Jury, appointed 
July 27, 1904, was done under the direction of the Director of Exhibits, Dr. 
Gustavo Niederlein, beginning July 28th and ending September 15th, when 
the Jury of Revision commenced its task of reviewing, which was finished 
October 13th. On the following day the Superior Jury was convened and* 
adopted the following resolution: 

"Resolved, that the report presented by the Director of the Department 
Jury be accepted, and that a committee consisting of the First Vice-Presi- 
dent, the Secretary and the Assistant Secretary of this Jury, be authorized to 
publish the awards as embraced in this report, and that they be constituted 
a committee to receive any expressions of dissatisfaction and to remedy the 
same, as well as any omissions, and that one week after such publication 
this committee may promulgate the awards as found, unless important changes 
make it proper for the convening of the Superior Jury, which the First- 
Vice- President is authorized to call." 

It was also agreed and resolved that ' ' there may be voted to certain 
meritorious individuals, government officials, chiefs, commanding and other 
officers, soldiers, musicians, etc., a special medal of honor, in gold, silver or 
bronze, to be hereafter determined, and that the Secretary of the Superior 
Jury be instructed to re-arrange his reports in accordance with the action of 
the Superior Jury." 

In conformity with the above resolution the following design and regu- 
lations for the Medal of Honor was decided upon, with the approval of the 
Bureau of Insular Affairs, Washington, D. C. : 

The Medal of Honor awarded by the Philippine Government is of gold, 
silver or bronze, of one inch and three-eighths diameter, pendant, according to 
classes as described below, from a watered silk ribbon, one inch and a half 
wide, of white, red and blue (the colors of the Philippines), the red in the 
center being half of the width of the ribbon. It is surrounded by an 
annulet and of the following design: 

Obverse. Within the annulet the words, " Medal of HONOR," and the 
date " 1904," surrounding an open wreath of laurel and oak, within which 
is a shield of American design bearing the arms of the Philippine Islands 
surmounted by the American eagle, being the official badge of the Philip- 
pine International Jury of Awards. 

Reverse. Within the annulet above described a circular inscription, 

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containing the words, ''Government of the Philippine Islands," within 
which are the words " To " (name of recipient), " For merit, World's Fair, 
St. Louis, U. S. A." 

To distinguish the class awarded, the Medal of Honor will be worn as 
follows : 

FIRST CLASS GRAND PRIZE. 

A combination of the designs of the official badges of the International 
Jury of Awards of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and the Philippine 
International Jury of Awards, as follows : 

The medal above described, of gold, within a Maltese Cross, of white 
enamel with gold edge, between the points of which are four gold fleur-de-lys, 
being the design of the official badge of the International Jury of Awards of 
the Louisiana Purchase Exposition ; the whole pendant by a wreath of laurel 
and oak, enameled green, from the regulation ribbon, upon which is placed 
a rosette of the same colors. 

SECOND CLASS GOLD MEDAL. 

The same combination as first class, but without the rosette upon the 
ribbon. 

THIRD CLASS SILVER MEDAL. 

The same combination as second class, except that the medal within is 
of silver. 

FOURTH CLASS BRONZE MEDAL. 

The medal alone of bronze, pendant from the ribbon by a wreath of 
bronze. 

FIFTH CLASS HONORABLE MENTION. 

The same as fourth class, but pendant by a ring. 

The Medal of Honor is accompanied by the following Diploma: 

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 

with the approval of 

THE SECRETARY OF WAR 

confers upon 



A MEDAL OF HONOR 

of the___class. 

As recommended by' the Superior Jury of the Philippine International Jury of Awards for 
services in furthering the ^welfare and progress of the Philippine Islands. 

THE PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION BOARD, 

For the Government of the Philippine Islands. 
A. L. LAWSHE, Chairman. 

GUSTAVO NIEDERLEIN, Director of Exhibits- 

Attest: HERBERT S. STONE, Executive Officer. 

LEON M. GUERRERO, Secretary. 

Approved by direction of the Secretary of War, at Washington, D. C., this first day of December 
nineteen hundred and four. 

[Seal.] CLARENCE R. EDWARDS, Colonel U. S. A. 

Chief Bureau of Insular Affairs . 

Any recipient of the Medal of Honor, who, at any time, may, by mis- 
conduct or felony, prove unworthy of this distinction of honor, shall be de- 
prived of the privilege of wearing it. 

The following tables give a resume of the number and different kinds of 
awards granted by the Philippine International Jury of Awards: 

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AWARDS. 





Grand 
Prize 


Gold 
Medal 


Silver 
Medal 


Bronze 
Medal 


Hon. 
Mention 


COLLECTIVE EXHIBITS 
Government- 


2 
11 
13 










Provincial Committees 


23 
42 
3 
18 

30 
16 
56 
16 
1 
5 
54 
1 
3 
24 
10 
5 
14 


7 
81 
1 
18 

71 
30 
64 
62 
3 
10 
179 
1 
2 
39 
34 
10 
18 
10 
2 






Municipal Committees 


177 


289 


Ladies' Committees 


Collectors, A to N 


3 

8 
4 
14 
1 






EXHIBITS 
'A' Education 


110 
38 
45 
213 
1 
15 
145 
1 
2 
32 
25 
38 
29 
10 


323 
42 
123 
1,200 
6 
57 
462 


'B' Fine Arts_ 


*C' Liberal Arts 


'D' Manufactures 


*E' Machinery 


*G' Transportation 


3 
9 


*H' Agriculture 


4 R' Livestock 


' J ' Horticulture - 


1 
3 

2 
2 
4 


61 
207 
96 
201 
19 
56 
49 


'K' Forestry 


'L' Mines and Metallurgy 


*M" Fish and Game 


'N'' Anthropology 


Foreign Imports 


War Exhibit 


5 


11 


Total Awards 




85 


332 

79 

27 


642 


881 


3,191 


COMMEMORATIVE AWARDS. 
COLLABORATORS . 

Jury 


Collaborators, Exposition Board _ _ 


8 


37 
28 


55 


22 


Newspapers 


Railroads and Steamship Lines 




19 
16 






Power House 


1 








Total Awards 








9 

21 
20 
3 

7 


141 

3 
25 
22 
79 
3 
1 


65 

8 


55 


22 


MEDALS OF HONOR. 
Government Collaborators 


Governors 






Insular Chiefs of Departments 


8 

58 
14 
17 
4 






Collaborators, Philippine Expo. Board, 
Philippine Constabulary 


13 
67 
74 
38 




212 
341 


Philippine Scouts 




Exposition Guard 




X Filipino Students 






101 


Visayan Village 






3 
2 
6 
1 

4 
2 


96 
5 
6 


Samal Moros 




1 


34 
24 
29 
108 
28 
4 


Lake Lonao Moros 




Bagobo Village 






Igorot Village 




1 


2 
4 


Negritos - 




Mangyanes 






Visayan Midgets 








2 


Total Awards _ T 










51 


135 


127 


307 


881 


Grand Total 


145 


608 


834 


1,243 


4,094 


Grand Total Awards 










6,924 













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AWARDS Continued 



PROVINCES 


Grand 
Prize 


Gold 
Medal 


Silver 
Medal 


Bronze 
Medal 


Hon. 
Mention 


Total 
Awards 


Women 


Abra 


2 
1 
1 
1 


3 
6 
6 
2 
4 
7 
1 
3 
8 
5 
3 
5 
13 
7 
11 
6 
5 
4 
9 
8 
6 
3 
2 
4 
2 
7 
17 
1 
4 
2 
4 
9 
5 
11 
3 
8 
8 
1 
6 
5 
3 
205 
7 
22 
126 
9 
8 
4 


19 
12 
10 
9 
12 
7 
9 
6 
11 
23 
7 
11 
22 
27 
17 
19 


41 
14 
11 
14 
23 
13 
2 
15 
13 
23 
16 
16 
25 
30 
30 
107 
4 
15 
9 
12 
34 
6 
7 
6 
7 
24 
59 
8 
11 
2 
30 
22 
6 
10 
2 
55 
40 
8 
18 
18 
12 
322 
1 
8 
89 


192 
34 
39 
33 
80 
43 
17 
69 
82 
81 
42 
54 
83 
121 
100 
136 
4 
66 
35 
140 
206 
18 
35 
31 
21 
130 
265 
24 
13 
3 
132 
49 
24 
57 
16 
210 
199 
18 
82 
67 
28 
866 
1 
10 
133 
2 
3 


257 
67 
67 
59 
119 
71 
29 
93 
116 
134 
68 
87 
145 
190 
161 
272 
14 
98 
64 
171 
258 
35 
52 
45 
38 
181 
379 
35 
34 
9 
181 
100 
40 
81 
23 
296 
270 
30 
125 
98 
53 
1671 
14 
77 
465 
23 
25 
4 


69 
7 
1 
6 
4 
.7 
1 
22 
15 
5 
2 
17 
28 
60 
73 
45 


Albay 


\mbos Carnarines 


Antique 


Bataan _ - - -- 


Batanga 


1 


Benguets 


Bohol 




Bulacan - 


2 
2 


Cagayan 


Capiz 


Cavite 


1 

2 
5 
3 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 


Cebu 


Ilocos Norte 


Ilocos Sur 


Iloilo 




L/a L/aguna 


12 
10 
9 
11 
8 
8 
3 
8 
18 
35 
1 

' ? 

14 
18 
5 
3 
2 
20 
19 
3 
17 
6 
9 
237 
1 
21 
98 
7 
3 


4 
1 
2 
142 
2 
8 
10 


L/a Union 


Lepanto Bontoc _ _ 


Levte 


Marinduque 


Masbate 




Mindoro _ 


1 


Misamis 


Moro Province 


2 
3 

1 
1 


3 
48 
7 


Negros Occidental 


Negros Oriental 


Nueva Eciia 


Nueva Viscaya 




Pampanga 


1 

2 


23 
16 


Pangasinan 


Paragua 


Rizal - _- 




14 


Romblon 




Samar _ 


3 
4 


128 
91 
3 
9 
7 
11 
56 


Sorsogon 


Surisrao 


Tarlac _ 


2 
2 
1 
41 
4 
16 
19 
5 
6 


Tayabas 


Zambales 


Manila 


Military Gove nment 


Civil Government 




American Exhibitors 


2 


Foreign Exhibitors 


Philippine Exposition Board 

L& 


5 


















Total. _ 


145 


608 


834 


1243 


4094 


6924 


949 





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AWARDS. 
General Collective Exhibits. 

GOVERNMENT. 

GRAND PRIZE. 

Civil Government of the Philippines. 

Military Government, Division of the Philippines. 

PROVINCIAL COMMITTEES. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Abra, Capital, Bangued. 

Ambos Camarines, Capital, Nueva Ca- 

ceres. 

Cagayan, Capital, Tuguegarao. 
Ilocos Norte, Capital, Laoag. 
Ilocos Sur, Capital, Vigan. 
Leyte, Capital, Tacloban. 
Negros Occ., Capital, Bacolod. 
Pangasinan, Capital, Lingayen. 
Samar, Capital, Catbalogan. 
Tarlac, Capital, Tarlac. 
Union, Capital, San Fernando. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Antique, Capital, San Jose de Buenavista. 

Batangas, Capital, Batangas. 

Bohol, Capital, Tagbilaran. 

Bulacan, Capital, Malolos. 

Cavite, Capital, Cavite. 

Cebu, Capital, Cebu. 

Iloilo, Capital, Iloilo. 

Isabela, Capital, Ilagan. 



Lepanto Bontoc, Capital, Cervantes. 
Marinduque, Capital, Boac. 
Masbate, Capital, Masbate. 
Mindoro, Capital, Calapan. 
Moro Province, Capital, Zamboanga. 
Negros Oriental, Capital, Dumaguete. 
Nueva Ecija, Capital, Sail Isidro. 
Nueva Vizcaya, Capital, Bayombong. 
Pampanga, Capital, Bacolcr. 
Paragua, Capital, Cuyo. 
Rizal, Capital, Pasig. 
Romblon, Capital, Romblon. 
Sorsogon, Capital, Sorsogon. 
Tayabas, Capital, Lucena. 
Zambales, Capital, Iba. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Albay, Capital, Albay. 
Bataan, Capital, Balanga. 
Benguet, Capital, Baguio. 
Capiz, Capital, Capiz. 
La Laguna, Capital, Santa Cruz. 
Misamis, Capital, Cagayan. 
Surigao, Capital, Surigao. 



MUNICIPAL COMMITTEES. 



GRAND PRIZE. 



Argao, Cebu. 
Bacarra, Ilocos Norte. 
Balamban, Cebu. 
Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Bugason, Antique. 
Candon, Ilocos Sur. 
Casiguran, Sorsogon. 
Cottabato, Mindanao. 
Paraga, Albay. 



Iloilo, Iloilo. 
Jaro, Iloilo. 
Juban, Sorsogon. 
Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 



GOLD MEDAL. 



Agno, Zambales. 
Atimonan, Tayabas. 
Balangiga, Samar. 
Bangar, Union. 



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Bangui, Ilocos Norte. 

Bantay, Ilocos Sur. 

Basey, Samar. 

Binmaley, Pangasinan. 

Calapan, Mindoro. 

Cebu, Cebu. 

Cuyo, Calamianes (Paragua). 

Dagupan, Pangasinan. 

Dalaguete, Cebu. 

Gandara, Samar. 

Gerona, Tarlac. 

Ilagan, Isabela. 

Irosin, Sorsogon. 

Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 

Laoang, Samar. 

Lemery, Batangas. 

Leyte, Leyte. 

Lingayen, Pangasinan. 

Malolos, Bulacan. 

Mangaldan, Pangasinan. 

Molo, Iloilo. 

Mondragon, Samar. 

Naval, Leyte. 

Oquendo, Samar. 

Palapag, Samar. 

Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte. 

Piat, Cagayan. 

Poro, Cebu. 

Salcedo, Ilocos Sur. 

San Carlos, tangasinan. 

San Isidro, Nueva Ecija. 

San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte. 

Santa Cruz, Marindque. 

Silay, Negros Occ. 

Sogod, Cebu. 

Tagudin, Ilocos Sur. 

Vintar, Ilocos Norte. 

Weyler, Samar. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Albay, Albay. 
Alcala, Cagayan de Luzon. 
Anao, Tarlac. 

Aparri, Cagayan de Luzon. 
Arayat, Pampanga. 
Bacacay, Albay. 
Bacolod, Negros Occidental. 
Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 
Baguio, Benguet. 
Banna, Ilocos Norte. 
Boac, Marinduque. 
Bolinao, Zambales. 
Botolan, Zambales. 
Bucay, Abra. 
Bulusan, Sorsogon. 
Cabangan, Zambales. 
Capas, Tarlac. 
Catubig, Samar. 
Cavite, Cavite. 
Cervantes, Lepanto. 



Coron, Paragua. 
Davao, Mindanao. 
Dumangas, Iloilo. 
Gasan, Marinduque. 
Gubat, Sorsogon. 
Iba, Zambales. 
Imus, Cavite. 
Infanta, Zambales. 
Jagna, Bohol. 
Jaro, Leyte. 
Lapog, Ilocos Sur. 
Laua-an, Antique. 
Lezo, Capiz. 
Libacao, Capiz. 
Ligao, Albay. 
Lipa, Batangas. 
Lumbang, Laguna. 
Maao, Negros Occidental. 
Maasin, Leyte. 
Magallanes, Sorsogon. 
Majayjay, Laguna. 
Malcampo, Paragua. 
Mangatarem, Pangasinan. 
Manila, Manila. 
Maragondon, Cavite. 
Mauauan, Cagavan. 
Mexico, Pampanga. 
Mogpog, Marinduque. 
Nagpartian, Ilocos Norte. 
Narvacan, Ilocos Sur. 
Naujan, Mindoro. 
Oras, Samar. 
Pandan, Antique. 
Paracale, Ambos Camarines. 
Pasig, Rizal. 
Pinabagdao, Samar. 
Pitogo, Tayabas. 

Pozorrubio, Pangasinan. 

Puerto Princesa, Palauan (Paragua). 

San Antonio, Samar. 

San Fernando, Union. 
San Isidro, Zambales. 

San Jacinto, Pangasinan. 

San Juan, Batangas. 

San Miguel or Serrat, Ilocos Norte. 

San Pablo, Laguna. 

San Pedro, Antique. 

San Remigio, Antique. 

San Sebastian, Cebu. 

Santa, Ilocos Sur. 

Santa Cruz, Ilocos Sur. 

Santa Lucia, Ilocos Sur. 

Santa Magdalena, Sorsogon. 

Santa Margarita, Samar. 

Santa Rita, Samar. 

Suyoc, Lepanto. 

Tagbilaran, Bohol. 

Tayabas, Tayabas. 

Tolon, Negros Oriental. 

Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Zarnboanga, Mindanao. 



PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Alang-Alang, Leyte. 

Alimodian, Iloilo. 

Almagro, Samar. 

Almeria, Leyte. 

Anda, Bohol. i 

Angat, Bulacan. 

Aringay, Union. 

Baao, Ambos Camarines. 

Babatungon, Leyte. 

Bacon, Sorsogon. 

Bagjao, Cagayan. 

Balanga, Bataan. 

Balason, Iloilo. 

Balilijan, Bohol. 

Balincaguing, Zambales. 

Baliuag, Bulacan. 

Banani, Nueva-Vizcaya. 

Bangued, Abra. 

Bantayan, Cebu. 

Baras, Rizal (Morong). 

Barbaza, Antique. 

Bayangbang, Pangasinan. 

Beilen, Mindanao. 

Bilar, Bohol. 

Bonobono, Paragua. 

Buena Vista, Iloilo. 

Buhi, Ambos Camarines. 

Bulalacao, ivlindoro. 

Bulan, Sorsogon. 

Cabalantian, Tayabas. 

Cabalian, Leyte. 

Cabanoalan, Negros Occidental. 

Cabugao, ilocos Sur. 

Cadiz Nueva, Negros Occidental. 

Cagayan, Misamis. 

Calbayog, Samar. 

Caibiga, Samar. 

Calibo, Capiz. 

Camalaniugan, Cagayan de Luzon. 

Candelaria, Zambales. 

Capiz, Capiz. 

Capul, Samar. 

Carcar, Cebu. 

Carigara, Leyte. 

Castilla Sorsogon. 

Catarman, Samar. 

Catbalogan, Samar. 

Cava, Union. 

Claveria, Cagayan de Luzon. 

Culaba, Leyte. 

Cuyapo, Nueva-Ecija. 

Daet, Ambos Camarines. 

Dasol, Zambales. 

Dimao, Bohol. 

Dingle, Iloilo. 

Dingras, Ilocos Norte. 

Dolores, Abra. 

Dumalag, Capiz. 

Dumarao, Capiz. 



Echague, Isabela. 

Escalante, Negros Occidental. 

Gattaran, Cagayan. 

Guiguinto, Bulacan. 

Guimaras, Iloilo. 

Guisijan, Antique. 

Guiuan, Samar. 

Hernani, Samar. 

Hinunangan, Leyte. 

Infanta, Tayabas. 

Jagnaya, Capiz. 

Jiabong, Samar. 

Jimenez, Misamis. 

Jolo, Jolo. 

Jovellar, Albay. 

Lacy, Negros Oriental. 

Lagonoy, Ambos Camarines. 

Lauang, Samar. 

La Paz, Iloilo. 

Lavezares, Samar. 

Legaspi, Albay. 

Liloan, Leyte. 

Loctugan, Capiz. 

Lopez, Tayabas. 

Los Banos, Laguna. 

Louisiana, Laguna. 

Luluno, Abra. 

Macabebe, Pampanga. 

Madalag, Capiz. 

Magbajao, Misamis. 

Malabon, Rizal. 

Malasiqui, Pangasinan. 

Manitao, Albay. 

Mansanilla, Cebu. 

Maribojoc, Mohol. 

Mariquina, Rizal. 

Masinloc, Zambales. 

Matnog, Sorsogon. 

Mauban, Tayabas. 

Mercedes, Samar. 

Merida, Leyte. 

Minalin, Pampanga. 

Misamis, Misamis. 

Moncada, Tarlac. 

Montufar, Sorsogon. 

Motiong, Samar. 

Murcia, Negros Occidental. 

Naga, Cebu. 

Nampicuan, Nueva Ecija. 

Nangca, Tayabas. 

Noveleta, Cavite. 

Nueva Coveta, Ilocos Sur. 

Oas, Albay. 

O'Donell, Tarlac. 

Olongapo, Zambales. * 

Orani, Bataan. 

Ormoc, Leyte. 

Pagbilao, Tayabas. 

Palompon, Leyte. 

Pambujan, Samar. 

Pangil, Laguna. 



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Paoay, Ilocos Norte. 

Paranas, Samar. 

Paric or Dolores, Samar. 

Patnongan, Antique. 

Pavia, Iloilo. 

Pinamalayan, Mindoro. 

Polo, Bulacan. 

Porac, Pampanga. 

Quinapundan, Samar. 

Resales, Pangasinan. 

Rosario, Cavite. 

Salasa, Pangasinan. 

San Estevan, Ilocos Sur. 

San Fabian, Pangasinan. 

San Felipe, Zambales. 

San Fernando, Pampanga. 

San Ildefonso, Ilocos Sur. 

San Jose, Ilocos Sur. 

San Julian, Samar. 

San Marcelino, Ilocos Norte. 

San Marcelino, Zambales. 

San Miguel, Iloilo. 

San Miguel de Mayumo, Bulacan. 

San Narciso, Zambales. 

San Rafael, Bulacan. 

Santa Catalina, Ilocos Sur. 

Santa Cruz, Davao Mindanao. 

Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur. 

Santo Nino, Cagayan. 

Santo Tomas, Pampanga. 

Santo Tomas, Pangasinan. 

Saravia, Negros Occidental. 

Sevilla, Ilocos Sun 

Sigma, Antique. 

Sinait, Ilocos Sur. 

Solsona, Ilocos Norte. 

Sual, Pangasinan. 

Sulat, Samar. 

Taal, Batangas. 

Tabogon, Cebu. 

Tacloban, Leyte. 

Talavera, Nueva Ecija. 

Talisayan, Misamis. 

Talong, Negros Occidental. 

Tandag, Surigao. 

Tarangunan, Samar. 

Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Tayug, Pangasinan. 

Tibiae, Antique. 

Tigbauan, lloiio. 

Torrijos, Marinduque. 

Tuao, Cagayan. 

Tubao, Union. 

Tuy, Batangas. 

Urdaneta, Pangasinan. 

Victoria, Tarlac. 

Villareal, Samar. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Abucay, Bataan 

Agoo, Union. 

Alamiros, Laguna. 

Alaminos, Zambales. 

Albuquerque, Bohol. 

Alos, Zambales. 

Alupay, Tayabas. 

Amblan, Negros Oriental. 

Anao, Tayabas. 

Anda, Zambales. 

Angeles, Pampanga. 

Anilao, Iloilo. 

Aniniy, Antique. 

Antique, Antique (Panay). 

Apalit, Pampanga. 

Arevalo, Iloilo. 

Asingan, Pangasinan. 

Babuyan, Zambales. 

Bacolor, Pampanga. 

Bacon, Negros Oriental. 

Bacoor, Cavite. 

Bacuit, Palawan (Paragua). 

Badajoz, Romblon. 

Bagay, Ambos Camarines. 

Bagnotpji, Union. 

Bamban, Tarlac. 

Banate, Iloilo. 

Banlao, Paragua. 

Baras, Albay. 

Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Barotac, Sorsogon. 

Barugo, Leyte. 

Batangas, Batangas. 

Bato, Ambos Camarines. 

Batu, Pampanga. 

Bauan, Batangas. 

Bauang, Union. 

Betis, Pampanga. 

Binalbagan, Negros Occidental. 

Binalonan, Pangasinan. 

Binangonan, Rizal (Morong). 

Binangonan de Lampon, Tayabas. 

Bobon, Samar. 

Bombon, Ambos Camarines. 

Bonate, Iloilo. 

oondoc, Tayabas 

Bucal, Tayabas. 

Bucaue, Bulacan. 

Buruanga, Capiz. 

Cabuyo, Isabela. 

Cadiz, Marinduque. 

Cagayancillo, Antique. 

Cajidiocan, Romblon. 

Calaca, Batangas. 

Calamba, Lag-ma. 

Calape, Bohol. 

Calasiao, Pangasinan. 

Calinog, Iloilo. 

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Calumpang, Tayabas. 

Calumpit, Bulacan. 

Camayas, Tayabas. 

Camiling, Tarlac. 

Canaan, Negros Occidental. 

Candaba, Pampanga. 

Caritan, Antique. 

Carmona, Cavite. 

Casuray, Mindoro. 

Cauayan, Ilocos Sur 

Concepcion, Iloilo. 

Concepcion, Tarlac. 

Cordoba, Cagayan. 

Cordoba, Cebu. 

Cordoba, Iloilo. 

Corregidor, Corregidor, Manila. 

Cortes, Bohol. 

Cortes, Surigao. 

Costa, Samar. 

Cuartero, Cari^. 

Culasi, Antique. 

Culion, Calamianes, Paragua. 

Danao, Cebu. 

Dao, Antique. 

Daolig, Palauan (Paragua). 

Despujol, Romblon. 

Domuit, Tayabas. 

Dumaguete, Negros Oriental. 

Dumanjug, Cebu. 

Bstanzuela, Cavite. 

Fidilizan, Bontoc. 

Florida Blanca, Pampanga. 

Gamu, Isabela. 

Garcia Hernandez, Bohol. 

Gibanga, Tayabas. 

Ginatilan, Cebu. 

Ginatuan, Surigao. 

Ginigaran, Negros Occidental. 

Granada, Negros Occidental. 

Guimbal, Iloilo. 

Guimbas, Antique. 

Guinobatan, Albay. 

Hainatuan, Sorsogon. 

tiilongos, Leyte. 

Hindang, Leyte. 

Ibas, Tayabas. 

Iguig, Cagayan. 

Iligan, Misamis. 

Hog, Negros Occidental. 

Inupacan, Leyte. 

Iriga, Ambos Camarines. 

Isabang, Tayabas. 

Isio, Negros Occidental. 

Ivisan, Capiz. 

Janiuay, Iloilo. 

Kavinti, Laguna. 

Labao, Pampanga. 

Lacanan, Tayabas. 

La Caridad, Cavite. 

La Carlota, Negros Occidental. 

La Granja, Samar. 



Laguan, Samar.- 

Lambunao, Iloilo. 

Lauique, Tayabas. 

Langiden, Abra. 

La Paz, Tarlac. 

Leganes, Iloilo. 

Libog, Albay. 

Lilio, Laguna. 

Lobo, Batangas. 

Loboc, liohol. 

Longos, Laguna. 

Loreto, Surigao. 

Lubao, Pampanga. 

Lucban, Tayabas. 

Maasin, Iloilo. 

Mabatan, Bataan. 

Magalang, Pampanga. 

Magallanes, Romblon. 

JViasdalena, Ambos Camarines. 

Magdalena, Masbate 

Magsingal, Ilocos Sur. 

Mainit, Bontoc. 

Malabang, Mindanao. 

Malibago, Leyte. 

Malilipot, Albay. 

Malinao, Albay; 

Malinao, Capiz. 

Mambajao, Misamis. 

Mananan, Cagayan. 

Manaoag, Pangasinan. 

Manapl::, Negros Occidental. 

Mandaue, Cebu. 

Marilao, Bulacan. 

Masbate, Masbate. 

Masingal, Ilocos Sur. 

Mataragan, Abra. 

Maycuyan, Ilocos Sur. 

Meycauayan, Bulacan. 

Milaor, Ambos Camarines 

Montalban, Rizal. 

Moriones, Tarlac. 

Muntinlupa, Rizal. 

Nabua, Ambos Camarines. 

Nacalang, Negros Occidental. 

Nagava, Iloilo. 

Nagcarlan, Laguna. 

Nagsiping, Cagayan. 

Naguilian, Isabela. 

Namacpacan, Union. 

Nueva C'aceres, Ambos Camarines. 

Nueva Caceres, Cebu. 

Nueva Valencia, Negros Oriental. 

Numancia, Capiz. 

Navales, Iloilo. 

Navarra, Leyte. 

Obando, Bulacan. 

Oton, Iloilo. 

Paete, Laguna. 

Pagsanjan, Laguna. 

Pakil, Laguna. 

Palanan, Isabela. 



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Palauig, Zambales. 

Palo, Leyte. 

Pancal, Paragua. 

Paniqui, Tarlac. 

Paombong, Bulacan. 

Paquil, Laguna. 

Parangparang, Mindanao. 

Pardo, Cebu. 

Passi, Iloilo. 

Penablanca, Cagayan. 

Penaranda, Nueva Ecija. 

Penarrubia Abra. 

Pidigan, Abra. 

Pilar, Bataan. 

Pilar, Sorsogon. 

Pulilan, Bulacan. 

Pola, Mindoro. 

Polangui, Albay. 

Pontevedra, Capiz. 

Pototan, Iloilo. 

Puerto Galera, Mindoro. 

Quagajuan, Paragua. 

Quingua, Bulacan. 

Resales, Nueva Ecija. 

Sagada, Bontoc. 

Sagay, Negros Occidental. 

Saguay, Ambos Camarines. 

Salcedo, Samar. 

San Augustin, Masbate. 

San Antonio, Laguna. 

San Emilio, Lepanto Bontoc. 

San Enrique, Iloilo. 

San Enrique, Samar. 

San Fernando, Masbate. 

San Fernando, Romblon. 

San Francisco, Cavite. 

San Ildefonso, Bulacan. 

San Isidro, Pangasinan. 

San Jose, Ambos Camarines. 

San Jose, Batangas. 

San Jose de Buenavista, Antique. 

San Jose de Tico, Masbate. 

San Juan, Union. 

San Luis, Batangas. 

San Luis, Negros Occidental. 

San Mateo, Rizal. 

San Miguel, Antique. 

San Pedro Macati, Rizal. 

San Roque, Cavite. 

San Sebastian, Ilocos Sur. 

San Sebastian, Samar. 

San Vicente, Ilocos Sur. 

Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 

Santa Cruz Laguna. 



Santa Cruz Zambales. 
\ Santa Cruz de Malabon, Cavite. 
Santa Fe, Cebu. 
Santa Isabel, Bulacan. 
Santa Maria, Davao, Mindanao. 
Santa Maria, Samar. 
Santa Maria de Caboan, Laguna. 
Santa Monica, Pampanga. 
Santa Rita, Pampanga. 
Santiago, Ilocos Sur. 
Santo Domingo, Ilocos Sur. 
Santo Nino, Samar. 
Santo Tomas Union. 
Sapao, Quiangan, Nueva Vizcaya. 
Sibalon, Antique. 
Sibulan, Negros Occidental 
Sibuyan, Romblon. 
Silang, Cavite. 
Siniloan, Laguna. 
Siquijor, Negros Oriental. 
Solan-, Cagayan. 
Soledad, Negros Occidental. 
Surigao, Surigao. 
Tabaco, Albay. 
Tagbanan, Batangas. 
Tagua, Bohol. 
Talisa, Cebu. 

Talisay, Negros Occidental. 
Tambubo (Bago), Negros Occidental. 
Tamontaca, Cottabato, Mindanao. 
Tanr.uan, Batangas. 
Tanay, Rizal. 
Tapas, Capiz. 
Taysan, Batangas. 
Tayasan, Negros Occidental. 
Taytay, Paragua. 
Taytay, Rizal. 
Tayum, Abra. 
Teresa, Rizal. 
Tiabong, Samar. 
Tigao Surigao. 
Tinambac, Ambos Camarines. 
Tinitian, Paragua. 
Tiui or Tivi, Albay. 
Tolosa, Leyte. 
Tubigon, Bohol. 
Uacas, Tayabas. 
Valderrama, Antique. 
Valladolid, Negros Occidental. 
Vilar, Bohol. 
Villasis, Pangasinan. 
Villavieja, Abra. 
Virac, Cat'anduanes, Albay. 
Zumarraga, Samar. 



LADIES COMMITTEE. 
GOLD MEDAL. SILVER MEDAL. 



Leyte, Leyte. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



GENERAL COLLABORATORS. 
Collectors, Departments A to N. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Dr. Leon M. Guerrero, Manila. 

Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, Philadelphia. 

Hon. Pedro A. Paterno, Manila. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Dr. David P. Barrows, Manila, P. I. 

Capt. F. E. Cofren, Manila, P. I. 

H. T. Edwards, Manila, P. I. 

Mark H. Evans, St. Louis, Mo. 

Dr. Daniel Folkmar, Bontoc. 

A. R. Hager, Manila, P. I. 

Charles L. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. 

Dr. Albert E. Jenks, Manila, P. I. 

Juan de Juan, Manila. 

Joaquin Luna, San Fernando, Union. 

William S. Lyon, Manila, P. I. 

Elmer B. Merrill, Manila, P. I. 

Dr. Merton Miller, Manila, P. I. 

C. J. Pierson, Guinobatan Albay. 

William A. Reed, Cervantes, Lepanto, 

Bontcc. 
Dr. T. R. Sherman, Manila, P. I. 



Valentin Wilson, Paracal, Ambos Cam- 

arines. 
Albert P. Wright, Manila, P. I. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

A. A. Anderson, Manila, P. I. 
Moray L. Applegate, Portland, Ore. 
Charles S. Banks, Manila, P. I. 
Braulio B~rbaza, Manila, P. I. 
Capt. Bernhard Radtke, Masbate. 
George D'Erf Browne St. Louis, Mo. 
Carson Calhoun, Greenwich, N. Y. 
Charles P. Fenner, Manila, P. I. 
Walter Gerbrich, Manila, P. L 
John S. Gillies Jolo. 
Dr. H. Hallier, Hamburg, Germany. 
Bruce E. Ingersoll, Manila, P. I. 
E. H. Karlson, Sweden. 
Homer Knight, Manila, P. I. 
Charles Martin, Manila, P. I. 
S. B. Shiley, Manila, P. I. 
Frank R. White, Manila, P. I. 
Orville A. Wood, Santa Cruz, Davao, Min- 
danao. 



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Department A Education 



DEPARTMENT A GROUP 1. 
GRAND PRIZE. 

Bureau of Education, Manila. 

Department of Public Instruction, Ma- 
nila. 

Philippine Exposition Board, Model 
School, St. Louis. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Baliuag, Bulacan. 
tfago, Occidental Negros. 
Bangar, Union 
Cava, Union. 
Cebu, Cebu. 
Dagupan, Pangasinan. 
Dalaguete, Cebu. 
Lipa, Batangas. 
Maao, Occidental Negros. 
Malabon, Rizal. 
Mexico, Pampanga. 
Pasay, Rizal. 
Rosario, Cavite. 
San Fernando Union. 
San Mateo, Rizal. 
San Miguel de Mayumo, Bulacan. 
Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Abulug, Cagayan. 

Alaminos, Zamuales. 

Argao, Cebu. 

Bacnotan, Union. 

Bacok d, Occidental Negros. 

Balaoan, Union. 

Batangas, Batangas. 

Binmaley, Pangasinan. 

Bua, Benguet. 

Calumpit, Bulacan. 

Capiz, Capiz. 

Daet, Ambos Camarines. 

Gagalanfin, Manila. 

Hagoi oy, Bulacan. 

Iloilo, Iloilo. 

Laguan, Saniar. 

Lopez, Tayabas. 

Macabebe, Pampanga. 

Namacpr' Unior. 

Opon >Mactan) Cebu. 



ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. 

Paco (Boys' school), Manila. 
Palo, Leyte. 
Porac, Pampanga. 
San Carlos, Pangasinan. 
San Fernando, Masbate. 
San Francisco de Malabon, Cavite. 
Santa Ana, Pampanga. 
Santa Cruz, Cavite. 
Sa ta Cruz, Laguna. 
Tabaco, Albay. 
Tagbilaran, Bohol. 
Tarlac, Tar.ac. 
Tayabas, Tayabas. 
Tondo, Grammar School, Manila. 
Trinidad, Benguet. 
Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 

KINDERGARTENS 

Ermita, Manila. 
Quiapo, Manila. 
Sampalo3, Manila. 
San Nicolas, Manila. 

PRIVATE SCHOOL 

Liceo de Manila, Manila. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Alimodian, Iloilo. 

Apalit, Pampanga. 

Arayat, Pampanga. 

Bacolor, Pampanga. 

Bacoor, Cavite. 

Badajoz, Romblon. 

Balanga, Bataan. 

Bangued, Abra. 

Barili, Cebu. 

Bauang, Batangas. 

Bigaa, Bulacan. 

Bmalonan, Pangasinan. 

Binan, Laguna. 

Binangonan, Rizal. 

Binondo (2nd Boys' school), Manila. 

Binondo (2nd Girls' school), Manila. 

Boac, Tayabas. 

Bulacan, Bulacan. 

Cabancalan, Occidental Negros. 

Caouyao, Laguna. 

Cadiz Nuevo, Occidental Negros. 

Cagayan, Misamis. 



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Candava, Pampanga. 

Castillejos, zambales. 

Colasi (Antique), Panay. 

Concepcion, Tarlac. 

Corregidor, Cavite. 

Cuyapo, .Nueva Ecija. 

Cuyo, Paragua 

Dtuis, Bohol. 

Davao, Mindanao. 

Dumaguete, Oriental Negros. 

Ermita (American school), Manila. 

Ermita (Girls' school), Manila. 

Floridablanca, Pampanga. 

Gigaquit, Surigao. 

Ginatilan, Cebu. 

Ginigaran, Occidental Negros. 

Ignig, Cagayan. 

Hog, Occidental Negros. 

Indan, Camarines. 

Indang, Cavite. 

Intramuros (Boys' school), Manila. 

Intramuros (Girls' school), Manila. 

Isabela, Occidental Negros. 

Isabela de Basilan, Mindanao. 

Liloan, Cebu. 

Looc, Romblon. 

Lubang, Mindoro. 

Lucban, Tayabas. 

Lucena, Tayabas. 

Magdalena, Laguna. 

Malate, Manila. 

Maribojoc, Bohol. 

Mauban, Tayabas. 

Meycauayan, Bulacan. 

Misamis, Misamis. 

Moncada, Tarlac. 

Montalban, Rizal. 

Nabua, Camarines. 

Noveleta, Cavite. 

Nueva Caceres, Camarines. 

Orani, Bataan. 

Pagbilao, Tayabas. 

Paombona, Bulacan. 

Paquil, Laguna. 

Penaranda, Nueva Ecija. 

Pila, Laguna. 

Pililla, Rizal. 

Poio, Bulacan. 

Pontevedra, Occidental Negros. 

Pototan, Iloilo. 

Quiapo, (Girls' School), Manila. 

San Fernando, Pampanga. 

Sen Jose, Nueva Ecija. 

San Jose, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 

San Juan, Union. 

San Miguel (Boys' school), Manila. 

San Miguel (Girls' school), Manila. 

San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte. 

San Nicolas (Girls' school), Manila. 

Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 

Singalong (Boys' school), Manila. 



Singalong (Girls' school), Manila. 

Surigao, Surigao. 

Tacloban, Leyte. 

Tanay, Rizal. 

Tanjay, Oriental Negros. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Abucay, Bataan. 
Agoo, Union. 
Agutaya, Paragua. 
Alabat, Tayabas. 
Alaminos, Laguna. 
Albay, Albay. 
Amadeo, Cavite. 
Angeles, Pampanga. 
Angono, Rizal. 
Antipolo, Rizal. 
Aparri, Cagayan. 
Aringay, Union. 
Asingan, Pangasinan. 
Atimonan, Tayabas. 
Bacon, Sorsogon. 
Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 
Bais, Oriental Negros. 
Barasoain, Bulacan. 
Basud, Camarines. 
Bauang, Union. 
Bayambang, Pangasinan. 
Bayan-bpyanan de Malabon, Rizal. 
Betis, Pampanga. 

Binondo (1st Boys' School), Manila. 
Binondo (1st Girls' school), Manila. 
Bocaue, Bulacan. 
Bohol, Bohol. 
Bolong, Mindanao. 

Buena Vista de Zamboanga, Mindanao. 
Bustos, Bulacan. 
Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija. 
Cabatuan Iloilo. 
Cagayancillo, Paragua. 
. Calamba, Laguna. 
Calapan, Mindoro. 
Calasiao, Pangasinan. 
Caloocan, Rizal. 
Camiling, Tarlac. 
Caramoan, Camarines. 
Carcar, Cebu. 
Cataingan, Masbate. 
Cavinti, Laguna. 
Cavite, fcavite. 
Cavite Vie jo, Cavite. 
Cebu (Central School), Cebu. 
Concepcion, Iloilo. 

Concepcion (Boys' school), Manila. 
Concepcion (Girls' school), Manila. 
Cottabato, Mindanao. 
Danao, Cebu. 



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Dingle, Iloilo. 

Dumanhug, Cebu. 

Ermita, Cebu. 

Ermita (Boys' school), Manila. 

Gapan, Nueva Ecija. 

Gerona, Tarlac. 

Goa, Camarines. 

Guagua, Pampanga. 

Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Guiguinto, Bulacan. 

Gumaca, Tayabas. 

Iba, Zambales. 

Imus, Cavite. 

Infanta, Tayabas. 

Iriga, Camarines. 

Jaro, Iloilo. 

Juban, Sorsogcn. 

Laoag, Iljcos Norte. 

La Paz, Tarlac. 

Lingayen, Pangasman. 

Longos, Laguna. 

Los Banos, Laguna. 

Lumbang, Laguna, 

Mabalacat, Pampanga. 

Mabitac, Laguna. 

Magalang, Pampanga. 

Magarao, Camarines. 

Malolos, Bulacan. 

Malate (Boys' school), Manila. 

Mambaling, Cebu. 

Manaoag, Pangasinan. 

Manapla, Accidental Negros. 

Mandaue, Cebu. 

Mangaldan, Pangasinan. 

Maragondon, Cavite. 

Mariveles, Bataan. 

Masbate, Masbate. 

Mercedes de Zamboanga, Mindanao. 

Miranda, Occidental Negros. 

Mogpoc, Tayabas. 

Naguilian, Union. 

Naic, Cavite. 

Navotas, Rizal. 

Norzagaray, Bulacan. 

Obando, Buiacan. 

Oroquietn, Mindanao. 

Paco (Girls' school), Manila. 

Paete, Laguna. 

Pagsanjan, Laguna. 

Palipandan, Occidental Negros. 

Pandacan, Manila. 

Paniqui, Tarlac 

Pasig, Rizal. 

Pateros, Rizal. 

Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 

Placer, Surigao. 

Puerto Princesa, Paragua. 

Pulilr. -, Bulacan. 

Quiapo, Manila (Boys' school). 

Quingua, Bulacan. 

Recoletos Cebu, Cebu. 



Romblon Romblon. 

Rosario, Union. 

Saniralcc (Boys' school), Manila. 

Sampaloc (Girls' school), Manila. 

San Ildefonso, Bulacan. 

San Isidro, Tarlac. 

San Jose, Camarines. 

San Juan del Monte, Rizal. 

San Luis, Pampanga. 

San Miguel, Iloilo. 

San Nicolas, Cebu. 

San Pedro, Laguna. 

San Pedro Macati, Rizal. 

San Roque, Cavite. 

Santa Cruz (Boys' school), Manila. 

Santa Cruz (Girl's School), Manila. 

Santa Cruz, Tayaoas. 

Santa Isabel, Bulacan. 

Santa Mesa (Boy's School), Manila. 

Santa Mesa (Girl's School), Manila. 

Sariaya, Tayabas. 

Silang, Cavite. 

Silay, Occidental Negros. 

Siniloan, Laguna. 

Subic, Zambales. 

Sumag, Occidental Negros. 

Tagaloan, Misamis. 

Talisay, Camarines. 

Talisay, Cebu. 

Talisay, Occidental Negros. 

Tanauan, Leyte. 

Tayug, PaLgasinan. 

Tetuan, Mindanao. 

Toledo, Cebu. 

Tondo (1st Boys' school), Manila. 

Tondo (1st Girls' school), Manila. 

Tondo (2nd Boys' school), Manila. 

Tondo .(2nd Girls' school), Manila. 

Trozo (Boys' school), Manila. 

Trozo (Girlc' school), Manila. 

Tubao, Union. 

Victoria, Tarlac. 

Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

Colegio de la Inmaculada, Iloilo, Iloilo. 
Colegio de Laoag, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 

COLLABORATORS 
DIVISION SUPERINTENDENTS 

Otho Atkin, Iba, Zambales. 
H. E. Bard, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
B. G. Bleasdale, Pasig, Rizal. 
George N. Briggs, Surigao, Surigao. 
G. N. Brink, Iloilo, Iloilo. 
H. H. Buck, Cavite, Cavite. 
S. A. Campbell, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
E. A. Coddington, Capiz, Capiz. 
M. A. Colton, Batangas, Batangas. 
E. E. Fisher, Albay, Albay. 



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W B. Freer, Nueva Caceres, Cam- 
arines. 

L. T. Gibbens, Tagbilaran, Bohol. 

J. M. Kniseley, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 

H. G. Lamson, Masbate, Masbate. 

S. T. Lee, Dumaguete, Oriental Negros. 

W. E. Lutz Santa Cruz, Laguna. 

Samuel McClintock, Cebu, Cebu. 

C. H. Magee, San Fernando, Union. 

Gov. B. Y. Miller, Cuyo, Paragua. 

J. C. Muerman, Lucena, Tayabas. 

S. 0. Newsom, Lingayen, Pangasinan. 

Gov. R. S. Offley, Calapan, Mindoro, 

G. A. O'Reilly, Manila. 

W. A. Pruitt, San Fernando, Pampan- 
ga. 

C. E. Putnam, Bacolod, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

W. W. Rodwell, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Dr. N. N. Saleeby, Zamboanga, Min- 
danao. 

T. W. Thomson, San Isidro, Nueva 
Ecija. 

H. S. Townsend, Zamboanga, Minda- 
nao. 

E. G. Turner, Baliuag, bulacan. 
Guy Van Schaick, Cagayan, Misamis. 
Geo. E. Walk, Romblon, Romblon. 

SUPERVISORS 

Miss Kate Bassett, Manila. 
W. H. Hnis, Manila. 

TEACHERS 

Juan Abellera, Cava, Union. 
C. J. Anderson Indang, Cavite. 
Luis A. Bacho, Manila. 
I. O. Bakken, Castillejos, Zambales. 
Mr.s L. L. Balfe, Manila. 
R. B. Blackman, Dagupan, Pangasi- 
nan. 

Mrs. L. M. H. Bowler, Daet, Camarines. 
Wm. L. Bowler, Capiz, Capiz. 

F. E. Braucht, Mexico, Pampanga. 
Miss K. L. Buckley, Silay, Occidental 

Negros. 

J. H. M. Butler, Alaminos, Zambales. 

P. E. Burns, Abulug, Cagayan. 

N. W. Cameron, Tagbilaran, Bohol. 

Miss B. E. Campbell, Manila. 

W. I. Chapman, Bago, Occidental Ne- 
gros 

Miss J. N. Childs, Manila. 

J. A. Christensen, Iloilo, Iloilo. 

H. N. Cole, Palo, Leyte. 

J. Connolly, Hagonoy, Bulacan 

Miss A. L. Crocker, Dagupan, Pan- 
gasinan. 

Macario Cruz, Angeles, Pampanga. 

Miss E. Donaldson, Dagupan, Pangasi- 
nan. 



A. "Iph Eastman, Tabaco, Albay. 

Miss Emma Evans, Calumpit, Bulacan. 

John H. Finnigan, Tayabas, Tayabas. 

Mrs. Minnie H. Gale, Manila. 

J. M. Gambill, Macabebe, Pampanga. 

Allen Gard, Batangas, Batangas. 

Mrs. Jesse George, Manila. 

M. G. Gholson, Gagalangin, Manila. 

E. J. Gibbons, San Fernando, Union. 

Mrs. N. M. Gleason, Manila. 

L. R. Gonzales, Manila. 

Mrs. C. M. Graham, Manila. 

Mrs. P. Guevarra, Baliuag, Bulacan. 

Miss Anna E. Hahn, San Francisco de 

Malabon, Cavite. 

C. I. Halsey, Santa Cruz, Marinduque. 
E. H. Hammond Bauan, Batangas. 
C. H. Hanlin, San Fernando (Ticao), 

Masbate. 

E. R. Hay, Santa Cruz, Cavite. 
C. E. Hoye, San Mateo, Rizal. 
Miss E. A. Hoyles, Malabon, Rizal. 
J. W. Johnson, Bangar, Union. 

T. H. Kenworthy, Manila. 

Mrs. A. M. Kelly, Bua, Benguet. 

Edwin S. Kerr, Namacpacan, Union. 

F. T. Lawrence, San Miguel de Mayu- 
mo, Bulacan. 

Mariano Lucero, Argao, Cebu. 

H. M. Manning, Cebu, Cebu. 

L. G. McConachie, Magdalena, Laguna. 

H. H. McKee, Bacolod, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 
John M. Miller, Manila. 

Miss Nina H. Paddock, Manila. 

W. Parsons Tarlac Tarlac. 

T. B. Pascual, San Juan del Monte, 
Rizal. 

Miss Abby Pearson, San Carlos, Pan- 
gasinan. 

Tomas de la Pena, Bangar, Union. 
Agapito de Peralta, Bangar, Union. 

Mrs. Grace P. Reed, Manila. 

W. N. Risdon, Opon (Mactan), Cebu. 

Jose Ronquillo, Namacpacan, Union. 

C. H. Simpson, Santa Maria, Ilocos 
Sur. 

N. C. Smith, Maao, Occidental Negros. 

R. Stockton, Binmaley, Pangasinan. 

Magdalena Veiasco, Bangar, Union. 

J. C. Vickers Manila. 

J. G. Wirtner, Liloan, Cebu. 

J. H. Webb, Pasay, Rizal. 

F. F. Welch, Delaguete, Cebu. 

Geo. Vilson, Cava, Union. 

R. Wiser, Baliuag, Bulacan. 

Henry Wise, Bacnotan, Union. 

Geo. B. Whiting, Rosario, Cavite. 

H. Wogan, Santa Cruz, Laguna. 

Orville V. Wood, Santa Cruz, Davao. 



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PHOTOGRAPHKR 

Dr. P. R. Sherman, Manila. 



PUPILS 

Jose Arboleda, Guinobatan, Albay. 
Gregorio Dimanao, Baliuag, Bulacan. 



GROUP 2. SECONDARY EDUCATION. 



GRAND PRIZE. 
SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

Laguna High School, Santa Cruz, La- 
guna. 

Liceo de Manila, Manila. 

The Philippine Nautical School, Ma- 
nila. 

The Philippine Normal School, Manila 



GOLD MEDAL. 

PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

Batangas High School, Lipa, Batangas. 
Bulacan xligh School, Baliuag, Bulacan. 
Cebu High School, Cebu, Cebu. 
Ilocos Sur High School, Vigan, Ilocos 

our. 

Iloilo High School, Iloilo, Iloilo. 
Occidental Negros Hign School, Baco- 

lod, Occidental Negros. 
Pangasinan High School, Lingayen, 

Pangasinan. 



PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOL 
Instituto de Mujeres, Manila. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

Albay High School, Guinobatan, Albay. 

Batangas High School, Bauan, Batan- 
gas. 

Batangas High School, Taal, Batangas. 

Batangas High School, Tanauan, Ba- 
tangas. 

Bohol High School, Tagbilaran, Bohol. 

Capiz High School, Capiz, Capiz. 

Manila High School, Tondo, Manila. 

Oriental Negros High School, Duma- 
guete, Oriental Negros. 

Pampanga High School, San Fernando, 
Pampanga. 

Surigao High School, Surigao, Surigao 

Tayabas High School, Lucena, Taya- 
bas. 

Union High School, San Fernando, 
Union. 



PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS 



Ma- 



Colegio de San Francisco Javier, 

late, Manila. 

Colegio de San Jose, Tacloban, Leyte. 
Colegio Filipino, Manila. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

Batangas High School, Batangas, Ba- 
tangas. 

Cagayan High School, Tuguegarao, 
Cagayan. 

Camannes High School, Nueva Ca- 
ceres, Gamarines. 

ocos Norte High School, Laoag, Ilo- 
cos Norte. 

Manila High School, Sampaloc, Ma- 
nila. 

Masbate High School, Masbate, Mas- 
bate. 

Nueva Ecija High School, San Isidro, 
Nueva Ecija. 

Rizal High School, Pasig, Rizal. 

Zambales High School, Iba, Zambales. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

Cavite High School, Cavite, Cavite. 

Dominican Fathers' College, Tuguega- 
rao, Cagayan. 

Manila High School (American), Ma- 
nila. 

Misamis High School, Cagayan, Misa- 
mis. 

Tarlac High School, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Tayabas High School, Boac, Tayabas. 



PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

College of the Dominican Friars, Dagu- 

an, Pangasinan. 

Malabanan College, Lucena, Tayabas. 
Molo Institute, Molo Iloilo. 



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COLLABORATORS 

PRINCIPALS OF PUBLIC SECONDARY 

SCHOOLS 

T. D. Anglemeyer, Lingayen, Pangasi- 

nan. 

G. W. Beattie, Manila. 
H. E. Bell, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Ch. K. Bliss, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
J. J. Coleman, Iba, Zambales. 
W. J. Colbert, Trozo, Manila. 
C. H. Covell, Iloilo, Iloilo. 
Frank L. Crone, Nueva Caceres, Cama- 

rines. 
W. Edmunds, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 

E. H. Hammond, Batangas, Batangas. 
L. C. Higley, Lipa, Batangas. 

Ray Howell, Bacolod, Occidental Ne- 

gros. 
Stewart Laughlin, Pasig, Rizal. 

F. R. Lutz, Sampaloc, Manila. 
Samuel MacClintock, Cebu, Cebu. 
R. H. Neely, Santa Cruz, Laguna. 
O. S. Reimold, Tarlac, Tarlas. 

T. H. Rhodes, Ermita, Manila. 

C. D. Schell, San Isidro, Nueva Ecija. 

H. H. Sherrard, Lipa, Batangas. 



H. C. Theobald, Batangas, Batangas. 
Ella K. Vogel, Baliuag, Bulacan. 

DIRECTORS OF PRIVATE SECONDARY 
SCHOOLS 

Enrique Mendiola, Manila. 
Rev. Fidel Mir (S. J.), Manila. 
Pablo Trinidad, Manila. 

TEACHERS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

Mrs. Katherine B. Allen, Manila. 
Mrs. Sarah A. Bobbitt, Manila. 
Miss Mary Ji!. Coleman, Manila. 
Miss A. Clendenin, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

TEACHERS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

Leon M. Guerrero Manila. 

Pablo Majia de Guzman, Lingayen, 

Pangasinan. 

Maximo Kabigtin, Manila. 
John W. Ritchie, Iloilo, Iloilo. 

PUPIL 

Francisco Trinidad, Baliuag, Bulacan. 



GROUP 3. HIGHER EDUCATION. 



GRAND PRIZE. 
University of Santo Tomas, Manila. 

GOLD MEDAL. 
Fernando Ferrer, Yigan, Ilocos Sur. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 
Angel Rebucca, Catubig, Samar. 

COLLABORATOR 

Fr. Dr. Raymundo Velasquez, Manila. 



GROUP 6. SPECIAL, EDUCATION IN COMMERCE 
AND INDUSTRY. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Moro Industrial School, Zamboanga, 
Mindanao. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
Colegio Mercantil, Manila. 
The Philippine School of Arts and 
Trades, Manila. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 
Industrial School, Buz Buz, Jolo. 
Sr. Juan Carballo y Cartel, Manila. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Emerson B. Christie, Zamboanga, Min- 
danao. 

Joseph J. Eaton, Manila. 

R. P. Gleason, Manila. 

M. P. Jhocson, Manila. 

Miss Estella M. Murdoch, Zamboanga, 
Mindanao. 



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GROUP 8. SPECIAL FORMS OF EDUCATION TEXT BOOKS, 
SCHOOL FURNITURE AND SCHOOL APPLIANCES. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Dr. Manuel S. Guerrero, Manila. 
International Correspondence Schools, 

Scranton, Penna. 
Manila Medical Society, Manila. 



SILVER MEDAL. 



AUTHORS 



Guy V. Clinton, Manila. 

Dr. John Gaylord Coulter, Manila. 

A. E. Frye, Boston Mass. 

David Gibbs, Division Superintendent, 

Boston, Mass. 
W. H. Hilts, Manila. 
Prescott T. Jernegan, Manila. 
Miss Adelene Knapp, New York, N. Y. 
M. A. Lane, Manila. 
Samuel ,MacClintock, Cebu, Cebu. 
D. O. McGovney, Manila. 
John Maurice Miller, Manila. 
John T. Miller, Manila. 
G. U. Yonce, Manila. 



PUBLISHERS ET AI, 

American Book Co., New York, N. Y. 

Manuel G. D'Arce, Manila. 

Antonio Esludillo, Manila. 

Ginn & ^o., Boston Mass. 

Medical and Pharmaceutical Society of 

the Philippine Islands, Manila. 
Silver, Burdett & Co., Boston Mass. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

D. C. Heath & Co., Boston, Mass. 
Educational Publishing Company, New 

York, N.'Y. 
Henry W. Peabody & Co., New York, 

N. Y. 
Milton Bradley Company, Springfield, 

Mass. 
Municipality of Laoag, Laoag, Ilocos 

Norte. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Lupo Azurin y Perez, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Thomas J. Foster, Scranton, Penna. 
Gilbert L. Hall, Goliano, Benguet. 
"The Monday Moon," Ermita, Manila. 
Dr. W- E. Musgrave, Manila. 
Pedro Serrano, Manila. 



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Department B--Art 

GROUP 9. PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Manuel de Iriarte, Manila, "A Violinist," 

by Hidalgo. 

Dr. Jose Losada, Batangas, Batangas, 
"Spoliarium," by Juan Luna. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Ateneo de Manila, Manila 

Portrait of Fr. Jose I. Guerrico, by M. 

Zaragoza. 
City Government, Manila 

Portrait of Legaspi, by Juan Luna. 
City Government, Manila 

Portrait of Gov. Gen. Ramon Blanco y 

Erenas, by Luna. 
City Government, Manila 

The Blood Compact, by Juan Luna. 
Civil Government, Manila 

A Roman Philosopher, by Hidalgo. 
Manuel de Iriarte, Manila 

Oedipus and Antigone, by Hidalgo. 
Manuel de Iriarte, Manila 

Christian Virgins Exposed to the Popu- 
lace, by Hidalgo. 
Mariano Lin- Jap, Manila 

Rice Planting, by F. de la Rosa. 
Jose Luna, Manila 

Miss Juliana Garricho, by Luna 
Phil. Exp. Board, Manila- 
Rural Scene, by Ramon Martinez. 
Phil. Exp. Board, Manila 

"Per Pacem and Libertas," by Hidalgo. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Ateneo de Manila, Manila 

Portrait of Fr. Federico Faura. 
Felipe Calderon, Manila 

The Seamstresses, by Espiritu. 
City Government, Manila 

Reading Don Quixote, by Eulogio San- 
tos. 
City Government, Manila 

Signing the Contract, by Hidalgo. 
Civil Government, Manila 

Sculptor at Work (Fidias), by Zara- 
goza. 
Augusto Fuster, Manila 

Collection of Types and Landscapes on 

mother of pearl. 
Rafael Gil, Pampanga 

Lady Playing Guitar, by Hidalgo. 



Rafael Gil, Pampanga 

Portrait of Felino Gil, by Hidalgo. 
Rafael Gil, Pampanga 

A Warrior, by Hidalgo. 
Dr. Bautista Lim, Manila. 

Parisian Life, by Juan Luna. 
Mariano Lin- Jap, Manila 

A Flower Girl "Spring," by Hidalgo. 
Jose Luna, Manila 

Study From the Nude, by Juan Luna. 
Jose Luna, Manila 

Study from Nature, by Juan Luna. 
Alfonso Panopio, Batangas 

Incident of the Franco-Prussian War, 

by Juan Luna. 
Pedro A. Paterno, Manila 

Evening Song, by Hidalgo. 
Phil. Exp. Board, Manila 

Return of the Fishermen, by Vicente 

Rivera y Mir. 
Mrs. Rizal Manila- 
Peasant Girl Smoking, by Juan Luna. 
Mrs. Rizal. Manila 

Bachante, by Juan Luna. 
Fabian de la Rosa, Manila 

An Important Problem, by E. de la 

Rosa. 
Hon. William H. Taft, Washington, D. C. 

Portrait of Gov. Taft, by F. de la Rosa. 
Miguel Zaragoza, Manila 

Old Man playing the Violincello, by 
Zaragoza. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Ateneo, de Manila, Manila 

Portrait of Pope Leo XIII, by Juan 
Luna. 

City Government, Manila 

"Padre Capitan," by E. Santos. 

City Government, Manila 

Corpse of a Moro Datto Guarded by 
His Men, by Hidalgo. 

Arthur W. Fergusson, Manila- 
Portrait of Hon. Fergusson, by F. de la 
Rosa. 

Eulogio Garcia, Manila, Luzon 
An Old Woman, by Martinez. 

Eulogio Garcia, Manila 

Study of a Head, by Peralta. 

Rafael Gil, Pampanga 

Poi trait of Rafael Gil, by Hidalgo. 

Maria Infante del Rosario, Manila- 
Two Mestizo Women. 



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Dr. Bautista Li:', Manila- 
Scene by Moonlight, by Hidalgo. 

Mariano, Lim-Jap, Manila 
Marina, by Hidalgo. 

Joaquin Luna, San Fernando de la Union 
Portrait of Juan Luna, by O'Farrell. 

Ramon Martinez, Manila * 
Ironing, by Martinez. 

Pedro A. Paterno, Manila 
Disenchantment, by Hidalgo. 

Pedro A. Paterno, Manila 
Landscape, by Juan Luna. 

Phil. Exp. Board, Manila 
Women Sewing, by Antillon. 

Phil. Exp. Board, Manila- 
The Weavers, by de la Rosa. 

Jorge Pineda, Manila 
A Filipino Girl, by Pineda. 

Fabian de la Rosa, Manila 

The Death of Gen. Lawton, by F. de la 
Rosa. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Isidro G. Ancheta, Manila 

A Victim of War, by Ancheta. 
Juan Arellano, Manila 

Woman Descending Stairway. 
Ateneo de Manila, Manila 

Portrait of Fr. Ramon, by Martinez. 
Anselmo Espiritu, Manila 

Taking tue Oath of the Katipunan So- 
ciety, by Espiritu. 



h 

Anselmo Espiritu, Manila 

Harvest Time in the Philippines, by 

Espiritu, 
Simeon Flores, Bacolor, Pampanga 

Oil Paintings (religious composition). 
Rafael Gil, Pampanga 

Portrait of Miss Pilar Gil, by Hidalgo. 
Rafael Gil, Pampanga 

Portrait of Miss Pilar Gil, by Hidalgo. 
Mariano Liin-Jap, Manila 

Holy Water Fountain, by F. Martiner. 
Mariano Lim-Jap, Manila- 
Manila Bay, by Martinez. 
Ramon Martinez, Manila 

Coming From Market, by Martinez. 
Phil. Exp. Board, St. Louis, Mo. 

A Filipino, by Villanueva. 
Phil. Expo Board, St. Louis, Mo. 

A Filipino Woman, by Villanueva. 
Phil. Exp. Board, Manila 

Returning from the Market, by Zara- 

goza. 
Jorge Pineda, Manila 

Preparing Betel Nuts. 
Pedro Raspall, Iloilo, Panay 

Returning Fishermen. 
Mrs. Rizal, Manila- 
Female Head Bust, by Hidalgo. 
Fabian de la Rosa, Manila 

Playing Soldier. 
Victoriana Sanchez, Balamban, Cebu 

Head of Girl, crayon drawing. 



GROUP 11. SCULPTURE. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Felix Pardo de Tavera, Buenos Ayres, 
Argentine 

Bust of Woman in high relief, by Ta- 
vera. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Rev. Jose Algue, Manila 

Bust of Jbr. Guerrico, by Dr. Rizal. 
Isabelo Tampinco, Manila 

Shrine with wooden crucifix, by Tam- 
pinco. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Bonifacio Arevalo, Manila 

Filipino Soldier. 
City Government, Manila 

"Hernando de Magallanes," by F. P. 
de Tavera. 



Civil Government, Manila- 
Portrait Medallions. 

Manuel de Iriarte, Manila 
Ivory Crucifix. 

Mariano Limjap, Manila 

Carved table by Domingo Teotico. 

Eugenio Llerena, Manila 
A Woman with Two Children Fleeing 
from Fire. 

Municipality of Manila, Manila 
Four carved Armchairs. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Rufino Afungol, Paete, Laguna 

Hunter Returning with Game. 
Jose Alejo, Manila 

Bust of Archbishop Pedro Payo. 
Bonifacio Arevalo, Manila 

Carved Wood Cabinet. 
Ciriaco Guidinez Manila 

"Moses.". 



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Manuel de Iriarte, Manila 

Vase with carving of the "Descent 
from the Cross." 

Vase with carving of the "Saviour on 

the Cross." 
Rosendo Martinez, Manila 

Bust of Columbus. 
Rosendo Martinez, Manila 

Models of Houses. 
Rosendo Martinez, Manila 

Collection of Medallions. 
Leon Masyan, Manila 

Rural scene in silver relief. 
A. Mercado, Manila 

A Filipino Farmer. 
Pedro A. Paterno, Manila 

Girl Traveling. 
Martinez Rosendo, Manila 

The Glory of Labor. 
Isabalo Tampinco, Manila 

Palm Leaves and Fruit. 
Isabelo Tampinco, Manila 

St. Ignatius of Loyola. 
Trinidad H. Pardo de Tavera, Manila 

Collection of 15 ancient Philippine 
Sculptures. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Rufino Afungol, Paete, Laguna 

Collection of Sculptures, Wood Carv- 
ings and Bas Reliefs. 
Bonifacio Arevalo, Manila 

Carved Wood Frame. 
Pablo Bagui, Paete, Laguna 

Wood Carvings. 
Felipe Calderon, Manila 

Statue of the Infant Jesus. 
Vicente D. Fernandez, Manila 

Ivory Crucifix. 



Eulogio Garcia, Manila 

A Lottery Agent, wood carving. 
Juan Gochanco, Manila 

Wooden Pedestal with carved Flowers, 

by D. Murriel. 
Dr. Bautista Lim, Manila 

Carved Cabinet (17th century). 
Mariano Madrinan, Paete, Laguna 

Bust of Kizal. 
Mun. Committee, Iloilo, Panay 

Carved Ebony Bolo Handle. 
Mun. Committee, San Miguel, Bulacan 

Toothpick Stand. 
Pedro A. Paterno, Manila 

Episode in the Philippine Revolution, 

oy R. Martinez. 
Pedro A. Paterno, Manila 

Wood Carving by Luiz Reyes 
Pedro A. Patjrno, Manila 

Wood Carving. 
Pedro A. Paterno, Manila 

Episode in the Philippine Revolution, 

by R. Martinez. 
Pedro A. Paterno, Manila 

Milk Maid. 
Prov. Committee, Laguna 

Two Mythological Figures. 
Isabelo Tampinco, Manila 

Collections of landscapes carved by 

the exhibitor. 
Isabelo Tampinco, Manila 

Malayan Genius. Carved in wood by 

exhibitor. 
Isabelo Tampinco, Manila 

Wreath, wood carving by native work- 
ers. 
Lucas Yunco, Casanayan, Capiz (Panay.) 

Picture carved in wood. 



GROUP 14. ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART WORKMANSHIP. 



SILVER M.DAL. 

Juliana Guevara, Manila 
One altar, carved. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Aguedo Velarde, Manila, P. I. 
Fan carved from wood. 

COLLABORATORS ARTISTS. 

GRAND PRIZE. 
Felix Resureccion Hidalgo, Paris. 

GOLD MEDAL. 
Ramon Martinez, Manila. 



Fabian de la Rosa, Manila. 
Miguel Zaragoza, Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Anselmo Espiritu, Manila. 
Vicente Rivera Mir, Manila. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Torioio Antillon, Manila. 
Felix Martinez, Manila. 
Senor Peralta, Manila. 
Eusebio Santos Gonzalez, Manila. 
Domingo Teotico, Manila. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 
Esteban Villanueva^ Madrid, Spain. 



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Department C- -Liberal Arts. 

GROUP 15. TYPOGRAPHY VARIOUS PRINTING PROCESSES. 



GRAND PRIZE. 
Bureau of Public Printing, Manila. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Bureau of Posts, Manila. 

E. C. McCullough & Co., Manila. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Ethnological Survey, Manila. 



Dolores Fabera, Bato, Leyte. 
Jose Francia, Magdalena, Laguna. 
Fernando Madamba, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 
Municipal Committee, Bacarra, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Municipal Committee, Bato, Leyte. 
Estanislao Reyes, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Lucas Yumo, Casauayan, Capiz. 



GROUP 16. PHOTOGRAPHY. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Board of Health, Manila. 

Philippine Photograph Co., St. Louis. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Bureau of Coast Guard and Transporta- 
tion, Manila. 

Dr. Daniel Folkmar, Suyoc, Bontoc. 
H. L. Knight, Manila. 
Charles Martin, Manila. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

A. A. Anderson, Manila. 

Bilibid Prison, Manila. 

Bureau of Government Laboratories. 

Civil Hospital, Manila. 

Charles L. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. 

Gil Lopez, Occidental Negros. 

Manila Fire Department, Manila. 

Governor E. Santos, Nueva Ecija. 

Gustavo Schoenichen, Manila. 

Dr. F. Lamson Scribner, Washington, 

D.C. 
V. Wilson, Manila. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Capt. Morton, U. S. A., Manila. 

Municipal Committee , Santa Cruz, La- 
guna. 

Provincial Committee, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Provincial Committee, Pangasinan. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Baer & Co., San Miguel, Manila. 

M. R. Borja, Valladolid, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

Gov. Mena Crisologo, Ilocos Sur. 

Gov. Arturo Dancel, Pasig, Rizal. 

H. T. Hiduarte, Manila. 

D. Encinas, St. Louis, Mo. 

Mrs. H. W. Harnish, Zamboanga, Min- 
danao. 

B. E. Ingersoll, Manila. 

Juan de Juan, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 

Jose Anastasio Neri, Cagayan, Misamis. 

Provincial Committee, Abra. 

Provincial Committee, Batangas. 

Provincial Committee, Romblon. 

Estanislao Reyes, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Young Men's Christian Association, Ma- 
nila. 

Lucio Zabellas, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 



GROUP 17. BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS BOOK BINDING. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Sra. Vda. de Canseco, Manila. 
Civil Government, Manila. 



Jose A. Estella, Manila. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 
"El Renacimiento," Manila. 
Dr. Semper, Cassel, Germany. 



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GOLD MEDAL. 
Augustin Monastery, Manila. 
Baltasar. 

M. E. Beall, Washington. 
Emma Helen Blair. 

Fernando Blmentritt,Leitmeritz, Austria. 
Bulletin Publishing Company, Manila. 
Arthur H. Clark Company, Cleveland, O. 
Office of "El Comercio," Manila. 
Office of "La Democracia," Manila. 
Fr. Casto de Elera. 
Antonio G. Escamilla, Manila. 
John Foreman, London, England. 
"Freedom," Manila. 

F. Jagor. 

Jesuits' College, Manila. 

Jesuits of the Philippine Mission, Ma- 
nila. 

First Lieut. W. H. Loving, Manila. 

"Manila Review of Trade and Price Cur- 
rent," Manila. 

"The Manila Times/' Manila. 

Office of "El Mercantil," Manila. 

"La Patria," Manila. 

Rev. Pablo Pastells, S. J., Manila. 

Pedro A. Paterno, Manila. 

Fr. D. C. Perez, Manila. 

Office of "El Progreso," Manila. 

Jose Rizal. 

James Alexander Robertson. 

E. C. Smith, Manila. 

Trinidad H. Pardo de Tavera, Manila. 

Sra. Vda. de Ramon V aides, Manila. 

Sebastian Vidal. 

G. T. Witton, Manila. 
Dean C. Worcester, Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Jose Abuel y Perez, Lucban, Tayabas. 

Bureau of Coast Guard and' Transporta- 
tion, Manila. 

Pedro Castaneda Manila. 

Court of Land Registration, Manila. 

Franciscan Monastery, Manila. 

Edward Gaylord Bourne. 

Julio Hernandez, Iloilo, Panay. 

John H. Leech, Manila. 

Proceso Martinez, Bangued, Abra. 

Municipal Committee, Batac, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Municipal Committee, Laoag, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Julio Nakpil, Manila. 

Francisco Orayem, Manila. 

"La Paz," Nueva Caceres, Ambos Cama- 
rines. 

Fr. Angel Perez, Manila. 

San Augustin Monastery, Manila. 

"El Pueblo," Cebu, Cebu. 

Recoletos Monastery, Manila. 

Isabelo cie los Reyes y Florentine, Ma- 
nila. 



D. W. Riley, Manila. 

Francisco P. Ruiz, Agao, Union. 

P. Salvador Pons, Manila. 

Graciano Sangsiangco y Gozon, Manila. 

Office of "El Tiempo," Iloilo. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Bureau of Engineering, Manila. 
Leocadio Calero, Cabatuan, Iloilo. 
Fernando Fantasia, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Tranquilino Gonzales, Iloilo, Panay. 
Adriana Hernandez, Silay, Occidental 

Negros. 

Civil Hospital, Manila. 
Alberto Morales, Alcala, Cagayan. 
Severino Reyes, Manila. 
Evaristo Yupangco, Manila. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

"El Adelanto," Manila. 

Simplicio Benesa, Bangued, Abra. 

Gregorio Bernardo, Libog, Albay. 

Isidro Castro, Bacarra, Ilocos Norte. 

City Council, Manila. 

Basilio B. Decena, Bacolor, Pampanga. 

Julian Felipe, Cavite. 

Fernando Ferrer, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Ceferino M. Fontbueno, Iloilo, Panay. 

Gabriel Beato Francisco, Manila. 

Domingo Gaerlan, San Narciso, Zambales. 

Ciriaco Gaudinez, Manila. 

A. E. Henday, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Irineo Javier y Pietad, Manila. 

Cipriano Lagasca, Bacarra, Ilocos Norte. 

Andres Laza, Bacarra, Ilocos Norte. 

Hernando Madamba, San Nicolas, Ilocos, 

Norte. 

Francisco Malupeta, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Alejandro Manera, Balanban, Cebu. 
Manila-Siam Mining Co., Manila. 
Joaquin Martinez, Bangued, Abra. 
Proceso Martinez, Bangued, ^bra. 
Municipal Committee, Naval Leyte. 
Municipal Committee, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
J. Nieva, Manila. 
Javier Pablo, Manila. 
C. Peralta, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Ignacio Racimo, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Estanislao Reyes, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Francisco Roodriguez, Manila. 
Juan Sales, Bacarra, Ilocos Norte. 
Victoriana Sanchez, Balamban, Cebu. 
Juan Santa Maria, Bangued, Abra. 
Vicente Servana, Navales, Inopacan, 

Leyte. 

Juan Silos, Manila. 
Carmen Soriano, Manila. 
Daniel F. Torrent, Manila. 
A. D. White, Fort Wm. McKinley, Manila. 



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GROUP 18. MAPS AND APPARATUS FOR GEOGRAPHY, 
COSMOGRAPHY AND TOPOGRAPHY. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Rev. Father Jose Algue, Manila. 

U. S. Coast Geodetic Survey, Manila. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Board of Health, Manila. 

Mining Bureau, Manila. 

Society of Jesus, Manila. 

Pardo de Tavera, Manila. 

U. S. Ordnance Department, Manila. 

Weather Bureau, Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
Florentine Angeles, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 



Bureau of Coast Guard and Transporta- 
tion. 

G. T. Gardiner, Manila. 
Provincial Committee, Ilocos Norte. 
Provincial Committee, Masbate. 
Mr. Schultz, Manila. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 
Oscar Halverson, Manila. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Hilarion Samonte, San Roque, Cavite. 
Jose Versoza, Bangued, Abra. 



COLLABORATORS. 



SILVER MEDAL. 
Roman Trinidad, Manila. 



Gervasio de Guia, Manila. 
Ramon Navarro, Manila. 



GROUP 19. INSTRUMENTS OF PRECISION, PHYSICAL 
APPARATUS, ETC. COINS AND &EDALS. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Rev. Fr. Jose Algue, S. J., Manila. 
Observatorio de Manila, Central Station 
of the Philippine Weather Bureau. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Ciriaco Gaudinez, Manila. 

Rev. Fr. Mariano Suarez, S. J., Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
Juan Mencarini, Shanghai, China. 



Fernando Zamora, Manila. 
Tomas Zamora, Manila. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 
C. W. Fifer, Manila. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 
Policarpio Lacuna, Manila. 



GROUP 21. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 



GRAND PRIZE. 
Pio Trinidad, Manila. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Lucio Gatus, Manila. 
Paulino Jabenis, Tambubo, Occidental 
Negros. 



, SILVER MEDAL. 

Guillermo Fernandez, Bangued, Abra. 
A. R. Hager, Manila. 
Andres de Jesus, Bacolor, Pampanga. 
Municipal Committee, Pozorrubio, Pan- 

gasinan. 

Municipal Committee, Vigan. Ilocos Sur. 
Inocencio V. Pinzon, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 



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Felipa de la Vera, Bangued, Abra. 
Joaquim Villadelgado, Ginigaran, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Charles L. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. 

Diosdado Hidalgo, Maao, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Esteban Meno, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Municipal Committee, Balamban, Cebu. 

Municipal Committee, Carigara, Leyte. 

Municipal Committee, Gandara, Samar. 

Municipal Committee, Ginatilan, Cebu. 

Municipal Committee, Iloilo, Panay. 

Municipal Committee, Leyte, Leyte. 

Municipal Committee, Naval, Leyte. 

Municipal Committee, Piat, Cagayan. 

Municipal Committee, Poro, Cebu. 

Municipal Committee, Samal,. Bataan. 

Municipal Committee, Sapian, Capiz. 

Municipal Committee, Vlntar, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Municipal Committee, Weyler, Samar. 

Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 

Severo Pontevedra, Occidental Negros. 

Provincial Committee, Abra. 

Provincial Committee, Cebu. 

Provincial Committee, Masbate. 

Provincial Committee, Union. 

Jose Torres, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 

Pedro Vicente, Manila. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

G d'Erf Browne, St. Louis. 

Juan de la Cruz, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

\ icente A. Cueto, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Macario Dimakilmg, Calbayog, Samar. 



Mariano Dres, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Rosalio Eduarte, Dolores, Abra. 

Wm. D. Eyre, Manila. 

Pedro Flores, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Vicente Flores, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Bias Gamurot, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Pedro Gonzalez, Bucay, Abra. 

Esteban de Guzman, Manila. 

G. L. Hall, Teacher, Trinidad, Benguet. 

Hernandez y Duposet, Silay, Occidental 
Negros. 

Percy A. Hill, Calbiga, Samar. 

Hillsman, Montesea, Occidental Negros. 

Carlos Inzon, Valladolid, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Andres Jocoyo, Leyte. 

Esteban Lagone, Tarlac. 

Pedro Lasan, Leyte. 

Vincente Lacson, "La Carlota," Occident- 
al Negros. 

Antonio Malana, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 

Moro Industrial School, Zamboanga, Min- 
danao. 

Domingo Perez, Tarlac. 

Pedro Peria, Tarlac. 

irublic School, Argao, Cebu. 

Public School, Baloan, Union. 

Public School, Namacpacan, Union. 

Public School, San Nicolas, Cebu. 

Felipe Olvidoso, Nakalang, Occidental 
Negros. 

Felipe Ornopia, Tabagon, Cebu. 

Pedro Rago, Mambajao, Misamis. 

Estanislao Reyes, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Valentino Tello, Tandag, Surigao. 

Andres Toroyo, Leyte, Leyte. 

Paulino Vasquez, Bangued, Abra. 

Sotero Viray, Tarlac. 

Joaquin Villadelgado, Ginigaran, Occi- 
dental Negros. 



GROUP 23. CHEMICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL ARTS. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Legarda, Tuason & Co.. Manila. 
Stahl & Rumcker, Manila. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Baer Senior & Co.'s Successors, Manila. 
Mariano Carreon, Imus, Cavite. 
La Estrella, Manila. 
H. G. Lane, Manila. 
E. Tabuena, Sorsogon. 



GROUP 25. CIVIL AND MILITARY ENGINEERING. 



SILVER MEDAL. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 



Division of Light House Construction of Sergeant Edgar N. Hitch, U. S. A., Manila 
the Bureau of Coast Guard and Trans- Provincial Committee, Occidental Negros 
portation, Manila. W. A. Smith, Bacolod, Occidental Negros. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



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COLLABORATORS. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 
Capt. Spencer Cosby, U. S. A., Manila. Jose Fernandez Porras, Manila. 

GROUP 27. ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

A. E. Anderson, St. Louis, Mo. 
J. H. Mahurin. Manila. 
R. de la Rosa, Manila. 
Roman de la Rosa, Manila. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Guillermo Gardiner, Manila. 
Isabelo Tampinco, Manila. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Dr. Andres Acero y Perez, Manila. 
Bureau of Forestry, Manila. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 
Emma R. Ross, Manila. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Bias Balaran, Manauan, Cagayan. 
Calixto Diaz, Bacon, Sorsogon. 
C. L. Hall, St. Louis. 
Luis Hiyangan, Ormoc, Leyte. 
P. G. Latorre, Villareal, Rizal. 
Andres de Leon, Siniloan, Laguna. 
Gov. E. Y. Miller, Paragua. 
Faustino Mirasol, San Fernando, Mas- 
bate. 

Graciano Pineda, Manila. 
Angel Rebdulla, Samar. 
Felix Rodolfo, Albay. 
Alberto San Miguel, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
Adolfo Suarez, San Fernando, Pampanga. 
Juan Tabauan, Guiun, Samar. 
Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao. 
Bruno Vigalason, Catarman, Samar. 
Juan Villegas, Manila. 



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Department D Manufactures. 



COLLECTIVE EXHIBITS. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Bilibid Prison, Manila. 

Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 

Sisterhood of Society of Jesus, Manila. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Bureau of Agriculture, Manila. 
Bureau of Forestry, Manila. 
Ethnological Survey, Manila. 



GROUP 28. STATIONERY. 

t 



SILVER MEDAL. 
M. Infante, Manila. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Feliciano E. Ehajar, Lucban, Tayabas. 
Jacinto Larrago, Carigara, Leyte. 
Carlos Yuson, Valladolid, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 



GROUP 29. CUTLERY. 

BRONZE MEDAL. HONORABLE MENTION. 

Tito Herrera Lucban, Tayabas F - Gardaqui, Bacolod, Occidental Negros, 

Dr. Salome Padua y Ello, Lucban, Taya- Alejandro Lugui, Apalit, Pampanga. 

bas. 
The "Sport,." Manila. 

GROUP 30. SILVERSMITH'S AND GOLDSMITH'S WARE. 



GOLD MEDAL. 
Ciriaco Gaudinez, Manila. 



SILVER MEDAL. 
Alvarez Guerra, Manila, 



GROUP 31. JEWELRY. 



GOLD MEDAL. 
Natalia Barredo, Manila. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Maria Capispipisan, Dauis, Bohol. 
Domingo Gile, Matnog, Sorsogon. 



Pedro Samillano, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Eulogio Causing, Manila. 
Gregorio Escario, Bantayan, Cebu. 



GROUP 32. CLOCK AND WATCH MAKING. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 
Augustin Ayes, Antequera, Bohol. 



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GROUP 33. PRODUCTION IN MARBLE, BRONZE, CAST IRON 
AND WROUGHT IRON. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Juan Vazquez, Binalbagan, Occidental 
Negros. 



Pedro Yalo, Binalbagan, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 



GROUP 34. BRUSHES, FINE LEATHER ARTICLES, FANCY 
ARTICLES AND BASKET WORK. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Manuel Balmoria, Talibon, Bohol. 

Severe Barber, Bangued, Abra. 

Miss E. Donaldson, Dagupan, Panga- 

sinan. 

Jose Francia, Magdalena, Laguna. 
Antonio Habana, Capiz, Panay. 
Manuel de Iriarte, Manila. 
Governor C. Joven, Bacolor, Pampanga. 
Mariano Lopez, Silay, Occidental Negros. 
Mercantile Society, Tayabas, Tayabas. 
Juan Zamora, Silay, Occidental Negros. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Mercedes Abaya, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Dolores Abella, Leyte. 

Severe Abeto, Binalbayan, Occidental 
Negros. 

Timeteo Abiera, Dao, Antique. 

Rosalio Abra, Dolores, Abra. 

Julia Acuesta, Masbate. 

Juan Aguillo, Claveria, Cagayan. 

Eugenia Alday, Guiuan, Samar. 

Modesta Aldecoa, Manila. 

Lucia Alondy, Nakalang, Oriental Ne- 
gros. 

Isidro Ambig, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 

Maria Soledad Angco, Vigan, Ilocos, Sur. 

Juan de los Angeles, Angat, Bulacan. 

Felix Arceo, Victoria, Occidental Negros. 

Pedro Ardena, Capiz, Capiz. 

Carmen Arrechea, Lingayen, Pangasinan. 

Dolores Matondo y Avila, Leyte, Leyte. 

E. Zobel de Ayala, Manila. 

Guillermo Azzena, Saravia, Occidental 
Negros. 

Agustin Baasa, S. Emilio, Lepanto-Bon- 
toc. 

Cornelia Bacoctoy, Dalaguete, Cebu. 

Martin Basa, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Josefa Bartolme, Pasig, Rizal. 

Pedro Bereber, Pontevedea, Capiz. 

Juan Bermese, Bucay, Abra. 



Francisco Bernaldo, Manila. 

Longino Bersamin, Bangued, Abra. 

Benito Bingolado, Leyte. 

G. d'E. Browne, St. Louis. 

P. E. Burns, Abulog, Cagayan. 

Bonifacio Cabiling, Leyte, Leyte. 

Asuncion Lucero Callido, Argao, Cebu. 

Concepcion Calvo, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Benigno Canson, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Justo Capistrano, Pasig, Rizal. 

Vicenta Casten, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo, 

Hermenegildo Castillos, Leyte. 

Pilar de Castro, Ilocos Norte. 

Pablo Celo, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Concordia College, Manila. 

Zacarias Conjotan, Calbayog, Samar. 

Aguedo Crisologo, Bangued, Abra. 

Geronima Cruz, Pasig, Rizal. 

Victor uruz, Balanga, Bataan. 

Bartolome de la Cruz, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Engracia de la Cruz, Baliuag, Bulacan. 

Maria de la Cruz, Manila. 

Pablo Cui, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Dolores Dalisay, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Lionisio Dario, Claveria, Cagayan. 

Florentina Demate, Almeria, Leyte. 

Narciso Dizon, Orani, Bataan. 

Juan Domagco, Santa Magdalena, Sor- 
sogon. 

Domingo Espigol, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Luisa Feraren, Bangued, Abra. 

Silvestre Figueroa, Calbiga, Samar. 

Apolonio Filomena, Catarman, Samar. 

Feliciana Flordelis, Leyte (Hilongos). 

Pilar Florendo, \igan, Ilocos Sur. 

Eusebia Flores, Manila. 

Lucio Flores, Angat, Bulacan. 

Toribia Flores, Manila. 

Trinidad Frani, Casiguran, Leyte. 

Calixto Fulleros, Bulusan, So sogon. 

Raymundo Gabriel, Angat, Bulacan. 

Sofronia Galenzoga, Baybay, Leyte. 

Teodoro Gallego, Maao, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 



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Placido Gallo, Lucban, Tayabas. 

Gil Gamos, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Esteban Garcia, Misamis, Mindanao. 

Antonio Garcia, Balilijan, Bohol. 

Saturnina Garvida, Bangui, Ilocos Norte. 

Domingo Gile, Matnog, Sorsogon. 

Domingo Geli, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Juan Gochanco, Manila. 

Pedro Gonzalez, Bucay, Abia. 

Guillermo Guzman, Bangued, Abra. 

Charles L. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. 

Hilario Harga, Balilijan, Bohol. 

Maria Hizon, San Fernando, Pampanga. 

Leoncia Iba, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Adela Infante, Laoang, Samar 

Carlos Infante, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Jose Infante, Valladolid, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Rodolfo Infante, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Miss Paz Infante, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Andres Inson, Occidental Negros. 

Simon Jahnog, Basey, Samar. 

Eulogio Jarito, Pambujan, Samar. 

Petronila Joaquin, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

J. E. Kirkland, Penaranda, Nueva Ecija. 

Hilaria Labajo, Leyte. 

Antonio Laca, Balilijan, Bohol. 

Hilaria Laoguianco, Alangalang, Leyte. 

Ladies' Committee, San Nicolas, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Ladies' Committee, Bacarra, Ilocos Norte. 

Ladies' Committee, Biliran, Leyte. 

Jose Ponce de Leon, Cuyo, Paragua. 

E. Leonor, Cagayan. 

Juanita Lepada, Hinunangan, Leyte. 
Juan Lopez, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 
Baltazar Lupe, Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 
Rosendo Luzernas, Hog, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Isaac Macapagal, Malolos, Bulacan. 
Inocencio Marcelino, Tarlac. 
Marcelo Magallon, Cabatuan, Iloilo. 
Eugenia Malinao, Hinunangan, Leyte. 
Anastasio Malunes, Masbate. 

F. Maros, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 
Rufino Martinez, Libog, Albay. 
Miss Martinez, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Maria Medrel, Tacloban, Leyte. 
Claudia Mendiola, Tacloban, Leyte. 
Crisostomo Mendiola, Catarman, Samar. 
Ciriaco Mendoza, Macalang, Maao, Occi- 
dental Negros. . 

Mercantile Society of Batac, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Catalina Miraflor, Leyte, Leyte. 
Gov. Ed. Y. Miller, Cuyo, Paragua. 
Recoletos Monasterio, Manila. 
Jose Mondejar, Iloilo, Panay. 



Gov. B. Monreal, I rosin, Sorsogon. 

Paulino Monotan, Bangued, Abra. 

Felix Montinola, Silay, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Matias Montinola, Silay, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Beatriz Morandante, Tacloban, Leyte. 

Jose Munoz, Tanjay, Oriental Negros. 

Paz Musne, Pasig, Rizal. 

Leoncio Naranjo, Occidental Negros. 

Bartolome Nebao, Claveria, Cagayan. 

Gustavo Niederlein, Philadelphia. 

Alejandro Ruiz Ocampo, Argao, Cebu. 

Basilio Ocaya, Calbiga, Samar. 

Captain Offley, Calapan, Mindoro. 

Ong Oh Siong, Manila. 

Vicente Olmos, Batangas. 

\ictor H. Olmstead, Manila. 

P. S. O'Reilly, Bangued, Abra. 

Brigido Osena, Lopez, Tayabas. 

Agapito Pacaonsis, San Enrique, Iloilo. 

Pelagia Pacoli, Paranas, Samar. 

Rafael Paghilan, San Emilio, Lepanto- 
Bontoc. 

Ceferino Palabrica, Pototan, Iloilo. 

M. Palon, Ormoc, Leyte. 

Pedro Perea, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Simeon Perez, Capiz. 

Provincial Prison, Occidental Negros. 

S. Pulido, Mina, Cagayan. 

Maria Ramirez, Leyte, Leyte. 

Raymundo Real, Tangay, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Julian Rebate, Catubig, Samar. 

Francisco Remaldo, Angat, Bulacan. 

Miss Maria Remegio Ramirez, Tagbil- 
aran, Bohol. 

Estanislao Reyes, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Manuel S. Reyes, San Miguel, Manila. 

Maximino Reyes, Manila. 

Santiago Reyes, Saravia, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Severe Reyes, Candaba, Pampanga. 

Benito Rinasin, Makalang, Maao, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

Emeterio Rio, Claveria, Cagayan. 

Mariano Riosa, Tabaco, Albay. 

Fausta Rivera, Tacloban, Leyte. 

Consuelo Rivera Regio, Bato, Leyte. 

Doroteo Rodriguez, Calamianes, Paragua. 

Santiago Roque, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Buenaventura Rosales, Calbayog, Samar. 

Alejandro Sagon, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Quintina Salazar, Leyte. 

Prudencio Saludares, Sta. Barbara, Ilo- 
ilo. 

Pedro Samillano, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Martin Santillo, Pambujan, Samar. 

Jose Santos, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Tomas Sarmiento, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 



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Jacinta Sembrano, Bato, Leyte. 
Valentin Semilla Guevara, Mariveles, 

Bataan. 

Manuel Soriano, Pontevedra, Capiz. 
The "Sport," Manila. 
Dr. L. A. Jtf. Street, Cervantes, Bontoc. 
Dolores Tabera, Bato, Leyte. 
Cristina Tarcela, Tacloban, Leyte. 
Valentin Tello, Surigao, Mindanao. 
Andres Titot, Albuquerque, Bohol. 
Mercedes Torrijos, Bangued, Abra. 
Francisco Tribaldo, Sta. Magdalena, Sor- 

sogon. 

Mrs. Townsend, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 
Francisco Ugda, Hinunangan, Leyte. 
Eudosia Valera, Bangued, Abra. 



Faustina Valera, Bangued, Abra. 

Santos Valera, Bangued, Abra. 

Beatriz Vazquez, Ormoc, Leyte. 

Juan Vazquez, Binalbagan, Occidental 
Negros. 

Maria Velazquez, Pasig, Rizal. 

Maria Villanueva, Tarlr-c. 

Florentino Villejo, Leyte. 

Valentin Wilson, Paracale, Ambos Cama- 
rines. 

Leon Yabag, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Paulo Yalo, Malolos, Bulacan. 

C. Yampanto, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Laureana Yrasga, Pane, Samar. 

Pedro Yulo, Binalbagan, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 



GROUP 35. ARTICLES FOR TRAVELING AND FOR CAMPING, 
INDIA RUBBER AND GUTTA P^RCHA INDUSTRIES. 



GOLD MEDAL. 
The "Sport," Manila. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Luisa Alvear, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
"La Perla" Biscuit Factory, Manila. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Jose Ali, Manila. 

Dalmacio Castillo, Bangued, Abra. 
Mateo Encinas, Bacon, Sorsogon. 
Cristino Estrella, Pasig, Rizal. 
Sixto Marcelo, Pasig, Rizal. 
Juan Villasol, Mabatan, Bataan. 
A. D. White, Ft. William McKinley, Ma- 
nila. 

COLLABORATORS. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
Rafael Aglehan y Sabio, Manila. 



COLLABORATORS. 
BRONZE MEDAL. 

Jose Almario y Clemente, Manila. 
Enrique de la Cruz, Manila. 
Sergio Santos, Manila 
Cenon Suarez y Duran, Manila. 
Basilio Tolentino, Manila. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Victor Baluyod y Mendoza, Manila. 
Jose Buenaventura y Natividad, Manila. 
Valeriano del Castillo y Arcangel, Man- 
ila. 

Cecilio de la Cruz y Leon, Manila. 
Pedro Eustaquio y Arcola, Manila. 
Gregorio Gonzalez y Enrlquez, Manila. 
Pablo Naire y Valentin, Manila. 
Lorenzo Reyes, Manila. 



GROUP 36. TOYS. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 
Rufino Afungol, Paete, Lacuna 



HONORABLE MENTION. 
Tomas Arguelles, Manila 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



GROUP 37. DECORATION AND FIXED FURNITURE OF 
BUILDINGS AND DWELLINGS. 



SILVER MEDAL. 
Pedro A. Paterno, Manila. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 
Boic & Schadenberg, Manila. 
Anselmo Singson, Ilocos Sur. 



GROUP 38. OFFICE AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Fortunate Lopez, Lmgayen, Pangasinan. 
Ildefonso Tambunting, Manila. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 
Segunda Aguilar, Candaba, Pampanga. 



Julia Cillo, Bato, Leyte. 
Juan Feraren, Bangued, Abra. 
Gregorio Flor Mata, Lingayen, Panga- 
sinan. 



GROUP 40. MORTUARY MONUMENTS AND UNDER- 
TAKERS' FURNISHINGS. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 



Carlos Infante, 
Negros. 



Valladolid, Occidental 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Gregorio de Campo, Bacolor, Pampanga. 
Jose Singian, San Fernando, Pampanga. 



GROUP 41. HARDWARE. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Nicolas Balunday, Pambujan, Samar. 
Tomas Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 
Joaquin M. Bayot & Bros., Masbate. 
H. B. Bernald, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Cornelio Briones, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
Pedro Canero, Pambujan, Samar. 
Paula Corong, Pambujan, Samar. 
Victor Cruz, Balanga, Bataan. 
Nicolas de la Cruz, Angat, Bulacan. 
Dolores Danisay, Malolos, Bulacan. 
Justo Diaz, Cavite. 
Mariano Dres, Tarlac, Tarlac. 



Raymundo Gabriel, Angat, Bulacan. 
F. Gardagin, Bacolor, Occidental Negros. 
Pedro Lagne, Apalit, Pampanga. 
Florentine Magalona, Valladolid, Occi- 
dental Negros. 
Alberto Ponce, Manila. 
Simon Puno, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
Gregorio Rodriguez, Molo, Iloilo. 
Pascual Sagen, Apalit, Pampanga. 
Guillermo Santiago, La Mesa, Bulacan. 
Justo Santos, Manila. 
Procopio Umadjay, Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 
Sotero Viray, Tarlac, Tarlac. 



GROUP 43. CARPETS, TAPESTRIES AND FABRICS FOR 

UPHOLSTERY. 



SILVER MEDAL.' 



BRONZE MEDAL. 



C. S. Nash, Romblon, Romblon. Mariana Calinares, Basey, Samar. 

Anastasio Neri, San Jose, Cagayan, Mis- Ladies' Committee, Leyte, Leyte. 
amis, Mindanao. Ladies' Committee, Biliran, Leyte. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



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Ladies' Committee, Hinunangan, Leyte. 
Isabela Enija, Gubat, Sorsogon. 
Vicenta Froilan, Basey, Samar. 
Mrs. Hardeman, Lingayen, Pangasinan. 
Bernardo y Felipe Octaviano, Basey, Sa- 
mar. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Saturnina Acado, Sulat, Samar. 

Claudio Asuncion, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Pablo Bagui, Paete, Laguna. 

Jose Baisaz, Paete, Laguna. 

Filomena Balayot, Mabatan, Bataan. 

Miguel Balyarea, Talibong, Bohol. 

Juan Bautista, Cavite. 

Saturnina Bertulfo, Culabo, Leyte. 

P. E. Burns, Abulug, Cagayan. 

Isabel Cajelog, Valencia, Bohol. 

Barbara Castillote, Palo, Leyte. 

Thomas M. Coverton, Matabang, Min- 
danao. 

Victor Cruz, Balanga, Bataan. 

Miguel Dalmoria, Talibon, Bohol. 

Eduarda Dublome, Tacloban, Leyte. 

Gavina Dunbrique, Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 

Simeona Dunbrique, Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 

Marcelino Esguerra, Tarlac. 

Maria Formanes, Matnog, Samar. 

Lucio Flores, Norzagaray, Bulacan. 

Marta and Vicente Froilan, Basey, Sa- 
mar. 

Timoteo Gaelo, Paete, Laguna. 

Serapia Garrido, Almeria, Leyte. 

Saturnino Ginez, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur. 

I. Gironella, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 



Francisca Gironella, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 
Miss Paz Infante, Valladolid, Occidental 

Negros. 

Vicente Javier, Zambales. 
Anastasio Jose, Cagayan de Misamis. 
Bernardo Lacson, Talisay, Occidental 

Negros. 

Juliano Lapolapo, Carigara, Leyte. 
Cirilo Lazo, San Vicente, Ilocos Sur. 
Felix H. Llorente. Tarlac. 
Isidora Luged, Apalit, Pampanga. 
Maria Malinao, Boac, Tayabas. 
Asuncion Martinez, Pasig, Rizal. 
Valencio Naranja, Murcia, Occidental 

Negros. 

Augustin Pacardo, San Enrique, Iloilo. 
Generoso Quintero, Tacloban, Leyte. 
Carmen Sacambra, Santa Rita, Samar. 
Olivia Salamanca, San Roque, Cavite. 
Rosa Sanchez, Valladolid, Occidental 

Negros. 

Valentin Semilla, Mariveles, Bataan. 
Nieves Singson, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Dr. Lionel A. B. Street, Cervantes, Le- 

panto-Bontoc. 

Benilda Xerez de Tagle, Almeria, Leyte. 
Ildefonso Tambunting, Manila. 
Nemesio Trisari, Murcia, Occidental 

Negros. 

Esperanza Tronqued, Bangued, Abra. 
Isabela Villareal, Iloilo. 
Mariano Villamor, San Narciso, Zamba- 
les. 

Maria Villanueva, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
Sotero Viray, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
Juanita Zapeda, Hinunangan, Leyte. 



GROUP 44. UPHOLSTERERS' DECORATIONS. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

The Misses Peralta Dingras, Ilocos 

Norte. 
Mariano Trias, Cavite, Cavite. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Rufino Afungol, Paete, Laguna. 
Angeles Rosario Clarasol, Ilagan, Isa-_ 

bela. 

Young Ladies' Committee, Pampanga. 
Maria Malindo, Boac, Marinduque. 
Nemesia Rubiato, -Catubig, Samar. 

GROUP 45. 
BRONZE MEDAL. 

Eusebio Juto, Apalit, Pampanga. 
Luis Villadelgado, Sibalon, Antique, Pa- 
nay. 



Santiago J. Reyes, Saravia, Occidental 

Negros. 
Nieve Singson, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Eufemia Gironella de Abaya, Candon, Il- 
ocos Sur. 

Francisco Bautista, Union. 

L. Camila Abaya de Gironella, Candon, 
Ilocos Sur. 

Teresa Mendoza, Candon, ilocos Sur. 

Miss Alivia Salamanca, San Roque, Ca- 
vite. 

CERAMICS. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Severo Alberto, Binalbagan, Occidental 

Negros. 
Silvino Astudillo, Bangued, Abra. 



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Nicolas de la Cruz, Angat, Bulacan. E. E. Schneider, San Jose, Ambos Cam- 

Jacinto Faustino, Malolos, Bulacan. arines. 

Juan Imus, Tarlac, Tarlac. Candida Sta. Ana, Pasig, Rizal. 

H. de Jalandoni, Iloilo. Guadalupe San Augustin, Calapan, Min- 

Eulalio Jarrito, Tarangunan, Samar. doro. 

Gov. Ceferino Joven, Bacolor, Pampanga. Genoveva Tarcela, Tacloban, Leyte. 

Mrs. H. W. Newman, Calamba, Laguna. Pardo de Tavera, Manila. 

Andres Parreno, San Enrique, Iloilo. Guillermo P. Timbol, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Adriano Raymundo, Pasig, Rizal. Ynchausti & Company, Iloilo, Iloilo. 

Mariano Riosa, Tabaco, Aibay. Fidela Oliveros, Pasig, Rizal. 

Bernardino Robles, Caridad, Occidental Francisco Vergel de Dios, Angat, Bula- 

Negros. can. 

GROUP 47. GLASS AND CRYSTAL- 

HONORABLE MENTION. 
Matias Adona, Basey, Samar. 

GROUP 48. APPARATUS AND PROCESSES FOR HEATING AND 

VENTILATION. 

BRONZE MEDAL. Narciso Dizon, Orani, Bataan. 

Andrea Frani, Carigara, Leyte. Honoria Espiritu, Pasig, Rizal 

Rita Palon Ormoc Leyte Bernardino Robles, Candan, Occidental 

Negros. 

Isidro Torres, Bacolor, Pampanga. 
HONORABLE MENTION. Dolores Vale ; a> B angued, Abra. 

Zenona Cruz, Pasig, Rizal. Eusebio Yuto, Apalit, Pampanga. 

GROUP 49. APPARATUS AND METHODS, NOT ELECTRICAL, 

FOR LIGHTING. 

HONORABLE MENTION. Cayetano Jandao, Pasig, Rizal. 

Venancio Lucas, Pasig, Rizal. 
Manuela Diaz de Pomperado, Barugo, Cristina Pedrosa, Tacloban, Leyte 

Leyte. Santiago San Juan, Pasig, Rizal. 

Jose Francia, Laguna. Otilia Solidor, Ormoc, Leyte. 

GROUP 50. MATERIALS AND PROCESSES FOR SPINNING 
AND ROPE MAKING. 

SILVER MEDAL. Hilarion Borgona, Bangued, Abra. 

Daniel Bosque, Pilar, Abra. 
Antonio Bagos, Abra. Rosalio Eduarte, Dolores, ^bra. 

Augustin Elpa, San Gregorio, Abra. 
Victoria Gandionco, Daan, Bantayan, 
HONORABLE MENTION. Cebu. 

Maria Lizarda, Bangued, Abra. 

Francisco Bautista, Union. Hacienda Luisiana, Maao, Occidental 

Roque Bayquen, Bangued, Abra. Negros. 



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Celestino Madamba, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Capt. Offley, Mindoro. 
Mateo Palma, Maao, Occidental Negros. 
Domingo Pioquinto, Nueva-Caceres, Am- 

bos-Camarines. 



Bernardino Panis, Iloilo, 

Honorata Ricafort, Oquendo, Samar. 

Mariano Saldana, Samal, Bataan. 

Mariano Trias, Cavite. 

Inocencio Valdicia, Paete, Laguna. 

Romana Valera, Bangued, Abra. 



GROUP 51. EQUIPMENTS AND PROCESSES USED IN THE 
MANUFACTURE OF TEXTILE FABRICS. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Matias Alcazar, Calbjga, Samar. 

Juana Alijada, Masbate. 

Fabiana Arrimado, Sorsogon. 

Pedro Basaten, San Emilio, Lepanto- 

Bonton. 

Margarita Elumba, Dapitan, Pangasinan. 
Honorata Ricafort, Oquendo, Samar. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Jose Cordoncillo, San Quintin, Abra. 
Rosalia Eduarte, Dolores, Abra. 
Luis Feraren, Bangued, Abra. 
Geronima Guia, Catarman, Samar. 
Capt. Offley, U. S. A., Mindoro. 
Filomena Pioquia, Pambujan, Samar. 
Aurelia Reyes, Naic, Cavite. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Ulpina Aragon, Occidental Negros. 
Juan A. Araneta, Maao, Occ. Negros. 
Juan Baguial, Sevilla, Bohol. 



Daniel Busque, Pilar, Abra. 

Romana Camacho, Samar. 

Luis Consings, Occidental Negros. 

Pedro and Leona Duca, Bacon, Sorsogon. 

Nicolasa Eleazar, Hinunangan,Leyte. 

Victoria Gandionco, Daan Bantaya, Cebu. 

Ruperto Garfin, Matnog, Sorsogon. 

Percy A. Hill, Calbiga, Samar. 

Francisco Japson, Villareal, Samar. 

Paula Lacambra, Santa Rita, Samar. 

Engracia de Majer, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Leon Malate, Tacloban, Leyte. 

Cornelio Minosa, Argao, Cebu. 

Municipal Secretary, Montero, Bangued, 
Abra. 

Severe Parinas, Pidigan, Abra. 

Domingo Pioquinto, Nva. Caceres, Cebu. 

Maria Planer, Masbate. 

President Provincial Committee, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Mariano Riesa, Tabaco, Albay. 

Colomea Serera, Leyte. 

Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao. 

Hon. Mariano Trias, Cavite. 

Josefina Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 



GROUP 53. EQUIPMENT AND PROCESSES USED IN SEWING 

AND MAKING WEARING APPAREL. 
BRONZE MEDAL. HONORABLE MENTION. 



Eusebio Ezpeleta, Ilolio, Panay. 



Pablo Ramirez, 128 Calle Madrid, Binon- 
do, Manila. 



GROUP 54. THREADS AND FABRICS OF COTTON. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Abaya, Candon, 



Eufemia Gironella de 
Ilocos Sur. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Apolinaria Alcid, San Narciso, Zambeles. 
Fabiana Alikpala, San Luis, Batangas. 
Estanislao Almagro, Dalaquete, Cebu. 



Asuncion Balading, Palapag, Samar. 

Casimira Bustamente, San Enrique, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

Vicente Gella, San Jose, Antique. 

Francisca Gironella, Candon, Ilocos Sur, 

Engracia Gironella, Ilocos Sur. 

Isiguen Presidente of Manabo, Abra. 

Angelica Pachec o and Sisters, San Jose, 
Buena Vista, Antique. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Ladies' Committee, Lingayen, Pangasi- 
nan. 

Ladies Committee, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 
Mac Leod & Co., Manila. 
Petra Navarra, Bangued, Abra. 
Pedro G. Vazquez, Himamaylan, Occ. 
Negros. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Petrona Gray de Abaya, Candon, Ilocos 
Sur. 

Natividad Gray de Abaya, Candon, Ilocos 

Sur. 

Martina Gray de Abaya, Candon, Ilocos 

Sur. 

adina Abaya, Candon, Ilocos, Sur. 
Cornelia Abaya, Candon, Ilocos, Sur. 
Aguila Abaya, Candon, Ilocos, Sur. 
G. P. Pampasadi Abaya, Candon, Ilocos. 

Sur. 
Albina Marcela Abeto, Binalbagan, Occ. 

Negros. 

Fortunate Abiera, Dao, Antique. 
Mariano Abundo, Virac, Albay. 
Micaela Alas, Hinunangan, Leyte. 
Apolinaria Alcid, San Narciso, Zambales. 
Carmen Arrechea, Lingayen, Pangasinan. 
Natalia Araneta, Maao, Occ. Negros. 

Luisa M. Araneta, Maao, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Lorenzo Baile, Bangued, Abra. 

Honoria Bajarias, Dalaquete, Cebu. 

Tomas Banson, Balanga, Bataan. 

A. Balbina, Catubig, Samar. 

Carmen de Barbara, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Francisco Bautista, Bangar, Union. 
Daniel Busque, Pilar, Abra. 
Eufrosina Benaro, Pilar, Abra. 
Eulalia Benedito, San Jose, Abra. 
Regina Cadena, Candon, Ilocos, Sur. 
Padre Bartolome del Carmen, Argao, 

Cebu. 

Sr. de Carpio, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Anastasio de Castro, Bangar, Union. 
Luis Catriz, Lan Jose, Abra. 
Bernardo Cleope, Panglao, Bohol. 
Faustina Coronel, Dalaguete, Cebu. 
Felicidad Damasco, Candon, Ilocos, Sur. 
Felipe Dimelao, Pacay, Ilocos Norte. 
Honorato Encarnacion, Vigan, Ilocos 

Sur. 

Anatalia Eligio, Iloilo, Panay. 
Bias Monteclaro Fanega, Nigas, Iloilo. 
Bruna Farrales, San Felipe, Zambales. 



Anacleta Fermin, San Narciso, Zam- 
bales. 

Carmen Fiel, Leyte. 

Pedro M. Firmeza, Miagao, Iloilo. 

Asuncion Flordelis, Ilongos, Leyte. 

Maxima Fuentecilla, San Felipe, Zam- 
bales. 

Lopez Garilago, Soledad, Occ. Negros. 

Inez Gimpes, Santa Magdalena, Sorsogon. 

Ana Gironella, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Sra. Gironella/ Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Margarita Gironella, Candon, Ilocos, Sur. 

Nansi Gironella, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Inocencia Gonga, Boljon, Cebu. 

Lucia Abaya Gray, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Sr. Guatetan, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Maria Hermenegilda and Melchora Gir- 
onella, Candon, Ilocos, Sur. 

Felisa Hernaez, Piddig, Ilocos Sur. 

Romana Infante Cavite. 

Ladies' Committee, Irosin, Sorsogon. 

Crispina Leonor, Leyte, Letye. 

Mariano Llaneza, San Juan, Abra. 

Cecilia Lutao, Fambujan, Samar. 

Faustina Mir, Boljon, Cebu. 

Andrea Monteclara, Miagao, Iloilo. 

Consuelo de Monteclara, Miagao, Iloilo. 

Pedro A. Monteclara, Miagao, Iloilo. 

Emerenciana Nici, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Isabel Olea, Hinunangan, Leyte. 

Guadalupe Oliver, Catbatuan, Iloilo. 

Natalia Omilio, Boljoon, Cebu. 

Paula Osorio, Dalaguete, Cebu. 

Simeona Pablo, Bacay, Ilocos, Norte. 

Angelina Pacheco, San Jose, Antique. 

Engracia Pechon, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 

Pontina Pepino, Joljon, Cebu. 

Senoritas of Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 

Fernando Quiaoit, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Josefa Singson de Quiaoit, Batac, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Silvina Quimbo, Calbiga, Samar. 

Apolonio Ramirez, Bangued, Abra. 

Teresa Reyes, Penablanca, Aparri, Gag- 
ay an. 

Doroteo Rodriguez & Sons, Calamianes, 
Paragua. 

Crisanta Romeral, Boljon, Cebu. 

Josefa Singson, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Angelina Valdez, San Nicolas, Ilocos Sur. 

Ursula Valle, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Pedro G. Vazquez, Himamaylan, Occ. Ne- 
gros. 

Socorro Caridad Versosa, Bangued, Abra. 

Aquilina Villanueva, Boljon, Cebu. 

Teodorica Zaragoza, Calapan, Mindoro. 



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GROUP 55. THREADS AND FABRICS OF VEGETABLE FIBRES, 

OTHER THAN COTTON. 



GRAND PRIZE. 
Ynchausti & Co., Manila. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

John Acaly, Manila. 

Felix Arguelles, Santa Cruz, Marinduque. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 
Succesores de Valenzuela, Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Ramon and Baylon Guisay, Silay, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

Jose de Buenavista, Antique, Panay. 
Honorato Encarnacion, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Domingo Homillano, Castilla, Sorsogon. 
Ladies Committee, Burauen, Leyte. 
Ladies Committee, Gubat, Sorsogon. 
Ladies Committee, Leyte, Leyte. 
Li Kim Sui, Manila. 
Catalina Llamado, Cavite. 
Susana Paredes, Bangued, Abra. 
Miguel Parines, Pidigan, Abra. 
Teresa Reyes, Aparri, Cagayan. 
Perfecta Sucub, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 
Juana Sulinap, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 
Remigia Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 
Francisco Villanueva, Molo, Iloilo. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Patricia Abad, Quinapundan, Samar. 
Hilaria D Alindogan, Juban, Sorsogon. 
A. Balbina, Laoang, Samar. 
Timotea Barrios, Libog, Albay. 
Antonia Bernabe, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Rosalia Bernardez, Bucay, Abra. 
Lorenzo Blaya, San Gregorio, Abra. 
Daniel Busque, San Gregorio, Abra. 
Lucia Cabanas, Samar. 
Melchora de Castro, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Andres Dolongabon, Carigara, Leyte. 
Ambrosia Dorteza, Paric, Samar. 
Pilar Florondo, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Antonio Flores, Bangued, Abra. 
Sixto Gocoyo, Bulan, oorsogon. 
Agapita Guijit, Bulan, Sorsogon. 
Silvina Guimba, Calbiga, Samar. 
Sotero Gusay, Molo, Iloilo. 
Maria Heredia, Silay, Occ. Negros. 
Eusebio Joaquin, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Ladies Committee, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 
Ladies Committee, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 
Ladies Committee, Castilla, Sorsogon. 



Ladies Committee, Irocin, Sorsogon. 

Felipa Giray, Laoang, Samar. 

Rufina Lanchod, Bagacay, Oriental Ne- 
gros. 

Edilberta Lasaro, Molo, Iloilo. 

Andres Lazo, Bacarra, Ilocos Norte. 

Rita Lecares, Boac, Tayabas. 

Eustaquia Magno, Quinapundan, Samar. 

Cecilia Mancilla, Bulusan Sorsogon. 

Albina Maranon, Binaibagan, Occ. Negros. 

Flora Martinez, Bangued Abra. 

Maxima B. Martinez, Libog, Albay. 

Municipal Committee, Ilason, Tayabas. 

Natividad Olmos, Batangas. 

Ong J. K. Siong, Manila. 

Jose Paredes, Bangued, Abra. 

Casimiro Prevendido, G'abatuan, Iloilo, 
Panay. 

Placida Pulgar & Co., Magdalena, Sorso- 
gon. 

Marcela Purugganan, Bangued, Abra. 

Ignacia Racimo, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 

Adriana de la Rama, Silay, Occ. Negros. 

Barbara Repes, Paric, Samar. 

Mariano Riosa, Tabaco, Albay. 

Nemesia, Rubdiato, Catubig, Samar. 

Leandro, Sorriano, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur. 

Elisa Tomas, Daraga, Albay. 

Aiejandra Valera, Bangued, Abra. 

Consolacion Vazquez, Himamaylan, Occ. 
Negros. 

Isidro Yabon, Quinapundan, Samar. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Prisca Abad, Naval, Leyte. 
Fortunate Abiera, Daao, Antique. 
Matilde Abiera, San Jose, Antique, Panay. 
Matilde Abilana, San Jose, Antique. 
Consolacion Abilar, Leyte, Leyte. 
Quintana Abilar, Leyte, Leyte. 
Ines Abra, Jagna, Bohol. 
Petra Acedera, Catubig, Samar . 
Sinforosa Acuesta, Masbate. 
Jargonia Aincola, Santa, Ilocos Sur. 
P. M. Agcara, Balanga, Bataan. 
Delina Aguilar, Quinapundan, Samar. 
Paula Aguilar, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 
Gregorio Aguiling, Capiz, Panay. 
Eugenio Akday, Guinan, Samar. 
Liceria Alabera, Naval, Leyte. 
Ana Albeyra, Calapan, Mindoro. 
Eugenia Alday, Guiuan, Samar. 
Esperanza Alejandro, Bangued, Abra. 
Anatalia Alvear, Culaba, Leyte. 
Fortunata Amacua, San Felipe, Zambales. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Marciana Amistad, Dumaguete, Oriental 
Negros. 

Asuncion Angco, Dolores, Abra. 

Mercedes Angeles, Cavite. 

Silvina Animboy, Calbiga, Samar. 

Luisa M. Araneta, Maao, occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Maria Araneta de Salas, Maao, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Maxima Arguelles, Leyte 

Demetria Ariescado, Daan Bantayan, Ce- 
bu. 

Cesarea Arnesta, Masbate. 

Bernabe Arroga, Bohol. 

Josefa Arsoline, Catubig, Samar. 

Pablo Astronomo, Jagna, Bohol. 

Bernabela, Atizada, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Nemesia Rubdiato, Catubig, Samar. 

Ana Bago, Guiuan, Samar. 

Candida Balagat, Valencia, Bohol. 

Adolfina Bantilo, Catubig, Samar. 

Tomas Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 

Basilia Barlungay, Paric, Samar. 

Perpetua Basco, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 

Angela Bello, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Bulalia Bello, Bucay, Abra. 

Alberta Beltran, Hinunangan, Leyte. 

Agueda Benedicto, Vallodolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Florentine G. Benedicto, Soledad, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

Anselma Bergal, banto Nino, Samar. 

Miss Antonia Bernabe, Piddig, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Melchora Bersamin, Bangued, Abra. 

Alberta Bertens, Leyte. 

Estefania Bitay, Jagna, Bohol. 

Lorenza Blaya, San Gregorio, Abra. 

Lazaro Bolaldola, Dumaguete, Oriental 
Negros. 

Arcadia and Narcisa Buenaventura, Paric, 
Samar. 

Pelagia Bugabong, Jagna, Bohol. 

P. B. Burns, Abulug, Cagayan. 

Octaviana Cabreros, Paric, Samar. 

Marcela uajepe, Santa Rita, Samar. 

Luciana Capapas, Hinunangan, Leyte. 

Cirila Chavez, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Andrea, Cinco, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Marcelo Comedero, Cabatuan, Iloilo. 

Candida Comenel, Catubig, Samar. 

Candida Comertat, Catubig, Samar. 

Benigna Consing, Molo, Iloilo. 

A. Consuela, Naujan, MIndoro. 

Jose Cornico, Catarman, Samar. 
Maxima Costa, Taloto Tagbilaran, Bohol. 
Trinidad Coual, Valladolid, Occidental 

Negros. 

Felicidad de la Cruz, Valladolid, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 
Hilarion de la Cruz, Libog, Albay. 



Nicolas de la Cruz, Angat, Bulacan. 

Severina Dalsoiral, Montufar, Sorsogon. 

Juana de Damasig, Montufar, Sorsogon. 

Julian Delutao, Alangalang, Leyte. 

Emeteria Destura, Montufar, Sorsogon. 

Fermina, Destura, Montufar, Sorsogon. 

Paula de Destura, Montufar, Sorsogon. 

Petrona Desuasido, Puerto Diaz, Sorso- 
gon. 

Matea Dilema, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 

Mateo Dino, Montufar, Sorsogon. 

Estanislao Diongson, Murcia, Occidental 
Negros. 

Dorotea Dollantes, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 

Raymundo Dollantes, Montufar, Sorsogon. 

Juana Dollomia, Guoat, Sorsogon. 

Paula Domdon, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 

Fausta Domil, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Ladislao Donate, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Cipriaca Dones, Montufar, Sorsogon. 

Emeteria Donor, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon 

Feliciana Donor, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon 

Damiana Doyog, Montufar, Sorsogon. 

Maria Ebuana, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 

Augustin Elpa, San Gregorio, Abra. 

Isabel Emas, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 

Juana Endaya, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Bernardino Enrique, Himonan, Tayabas. 

Teodora Escalderol, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Basilica Escamilla, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Juana Escanlar, Iloilo, Panay. 

Teresa Escarcha, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Maria Escartin, San Pedro, Antique. 

Ramona Espelita, Iloilo. 

Panta Espera, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Flora Esparas, Laoang, Samar. 

Quintina Esperas de Salazar, Leyte. 

Manuela Esperno, Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 

Aniceta Espina, Pambayan, Samar. 

Florencia Espinocilla, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Regina Espinoza, Palapag, Samar. 

Matilde Esresa, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Bartolomea Estrellado, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Filomena de Estrellado, Montufar, Sor- 
sogon. 

Olipala de Fabian, San Luis Batangas. 

Gregorio Fajardo, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Concepcion Federico, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 

Pantaliona Federico, Barcelona, Sorso- 
gon. 

Gregoria Floral, Bangued, Abra. 

Fluta Floren, Jagna, Bohol. 

Leonarda J. Flores, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Gregoria Florida, Leyte, Leyte. 

Pascuala Fo'rmanes, Maternog, Sorsogon. 

Andres Fornier, Dao, Antique. 

Maria Fragio, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Margarita Fulli. Buluson, Sorsogon. 

Vicente Gallanuza, Matnog, Sorsogon. 

Cirila Galora, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Concordia Gamban, Paria, iloilo, Panay. 



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105 



Hermenegilda Gamban, Paria, Iloilo, Pa- 
nay. 

Angela Cruz Garcia, Galapan, Mindoro. 

Isabela Goles, Lopez, Tayabas. 

Bonifacio Garduque, Matnog, Sorsogon. 

Ruperto Garfin, Matnog, Sorsogon. 

Felipe Gatillo, Jagna, Bohol. 

Gervasia Gazos, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Aguedo Gefes, Tibiao, Antique. 

Antonia Generia, Matnog, Sorsogon. 

Teresa Generosa, Dumaguete, Oriental 
Negros. 

Eugenio Geneveza, Piat, Cagayan. 

Anselmo Gengos, Soledad, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Eusebio Geralde, Matnog, Sorsogon. 

Augustin Gertrudis, Culaba, Leyte. 

Ana, Gilon, Paric, Samar. 

Matilda Ginete, Valladolid, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Margarita Gironelia, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Diego Gloria, Bauan, Batangas. 

Isabela B. Goles Occidental Negros. 

Paula Goncola, Soledad, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Clotilde Gonzalez, Pilar, Sorsogon. 

Isidra Gonzalez, Quinapundan, Samar. 

Quintina Gonzalez, Naval, Leyte. 

Basiliso Gorres y Lopez, Jaro, Iloilo. 

Simeona Grate, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Raymunda Gravaso, Barcelona, Sorsogon 

Maria G. Grecia, Juban, Sorsogon. 

A. Gregoria, Laoang, Samar. 

Damasa H. Guarin, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Augustina Gugetes, Pavia, Iloilo. 

Geronima de Guia, Catarman, Samar. 

Casimira Guinto, Quinapundan, Samar. 

Felipe de Guzman, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Filomena Guzman, Hinunangan, Leyte. 

Helena Guzman, Leyte, Leyte. 

Maria Habalia, Boac, Marinduque. 

Mrs. Halongas, Leyte, Leyte. 

Felisa Hermaes, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 

Inocencia Herrera, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Basilia Himalag, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 

Aniceta Hinco, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 

C'onsolacion Hinco, Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 

Luciana Huit, Bulan, Sorsogon. 

Agustin Ilagan, San Carlos, Occidental 
Negros. 

Damasa Ilicarte, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Carlos Infante, Valladolid, Occ. Negros. 

Viviana Infante de Tiongco, Valladolid, 
Occidental Negros. 

Nemesio Inisari, Murcia, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Eugenia Iruma, Catubig, Samar. 

Fernanda Iruma, Catubig, Samar. 

Manobo Isiguen, Bangued, Abra. 

Irene Jaboli, Jiabong, Samar. 

Marcelina Jaboli, Jiabong, Samar. 



Francisca Jabson, Villa-Real, Samar. 

Ciriaca Janes, Paria, Iloilo, Panay. 

Conegunda Janes, Paria, Iloilo, Panay. 

Benita Jarra, Silay, Occidental Negros. 

Damaso Jesus, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Cipriano Jimenez, Saravia, Occidental 
Negros. 

Rafael Jocsom, Himaymaylan, Occidental 
Negros. 

Gregoria Jocuya, Paric, Samar. 

A. Jones, Maao, Occidental Negros. 

Hermogena Josur, Sorsogon. 

Margarita Judas, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

H. E. Karlsson, Fleu, Sweden. 

Antonio Kilay Ko, Talisay Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Rufina Kilay Ko, Talisay, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Teresa Labadlabad, Mercedes, Samar. 

Bonifacia Labayane, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Carmen Lacambra, Santa Rita, Samar. 

Teresa Lacandola, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 

Ladies' Committee, Leyte, Leyte. 

Ladies' Committee, Garcia Hernandez, 
Bohol. 

Ladies' Committee, Naval, Leyte. 

Ladies' Committee, Tacloban, Leyte. 

Daniela Lagintan, Laoang, Samar. 

Consolacion Lagos, San Pablo, Antique. 

Vicenta Lagrimas, Laoang, Samar. 

Valentina Lanaga, Carigara, Leyte. 

Dominga Latorre, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Segundina Laude, Naval, Leyte. 

Leoteria Laude, Naval, Leyte. 

Vicenta Lavaleta, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Emilia Lazaro, Molo, Iloilo, Panay. 

Paula Lazaro, Molo, Iloilo. 

Laserina de Leon, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Dominga de Lepanta, Sorsogon, Sorsogon. 

Inez Linares, Dalaguete, Cebu. 

Catalina Listilla, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Maria Salome Lizardo, Bangued, Abra. 

Laurina Liviano, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Maria Lobas, Pambayan, Samar. 

Carmen Locandra, Sta. Rita, Samar. 

Juanita Lopodo, Leyte, Leyte. 

Pilar Lorendo, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Gregoria Losmagbas, Quinapundan, Sa- 
mar. 

Petra Lutao, Pambayan, Samar. 

Maria Lutao, Pambayan, Samar. 

Vicente y Infante Lutgarda, Cavite. 

Florencia Macarat, Inopacan, Leyte. 

Pascual Magno, Maao, Occidental Negros. 

Juan Manalili, Rosario, Pampanga. 

Nicolas Maningan, Hinunangan, Leyte. 

Nicolas Manungas, Hinunangan, Leyte. 

Tranquilina Marcellano, Sta. Rita, Samar. 

Dorotea Marcellano Sta. Rita, Samar. 

Catalina B. Martinez, Libog, Albay. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION.- 



Filomena, Martu, Vallodolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Saturnina Marzon, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Ramona Masing, Hinun.angan, Leyte. 

Graciana Maslog, Jagna, Bohol. 

Tarcila Mastub, Maribojoc, Bohol. 

Conrado Mendiola, Catubig, Samar. 

Angela Mijares, Daraga, Albay. 

Concordia Mijares, Mandurriao, % Iloilo, 
Panay. 

Ladislao Mina, Mabacan, Bataan. 

Magdalena Mongozen, Molo, Iloilo, Panay. 

Enriqueta Monroy, Sorsogon. 

R. B. Montragon, Samar. 

Eulalia Morales, Alang Alang, Leyte. 

Sinisia Moro, Guiuan, Samar. 

Felicita Naujan, Mindoro. 

Basilio Ocaya, Calbiga, Samar. 

Cesarea Ocuesta, Masbate. 

Sinforosa Ocuesta, Masbate. 

Justina Odong, Guiuan, Samar. 

Felipe' Olarte, Catubig, Samar. 

Fabiana Olikjala, San Luis, Batangas. 

O'Reilly, Bangued, Abra. 

A. Orliso y Patencio, Catubig, Samar. 

Monica Ortegiza, Catubig, Samar. 

Magdalena Ozea, Oriental Negros. 

Aniceto Pabilona, San Enrique, Iloilo. 

Fermina Pagos, Inopacan, Leyte. 

Leocadio Paglumatase, Hog, Occidental 
Negros. 

Maxima Pajante, CatuDig, Samar. 

F. Palmes, Maao, Occidental Ne^gros. 

Severe Parinas, Pidigan, Abra. 

Santiago Mateo Patero, Manila. 

Enrique Panan, Patnongon, Antique, Pan- 
ay. 

Isidro Paredes, Bangued, Abra. 

Severa Paredes, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Sotera Patricio, Matnog, Sorsogon. 

J. Pedemonte, Catubig, Samar. 

Isidora Pedregue, Alang Alang, Leyte. 

Winisia Pedregue, Alang Alang, Leyte. 

Adela, Petra y Benedicta pabadulla, Catu- 
big, Samar. 

Faustina Pianeo, Leyte, Leyte. 

Provincial Prison, Occidental Negros. 

Maxima Pujante, Catubig, Samar. 

Marcela Pula, Laoang, Samar. 

Juana Puna, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Catalina Puriscal, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Casimira Quinto, Quinapundan, Samar. 

Felisa Quiron y Gertos, Bato, Leyte. 

Adriana de la Rama, Silay, Occidental 
Negros. 

Siberia Ramos, Calape, Bohol. 

Laonarda Razo, Catubig, Samar. 

Julia Rebudilla, Catubig, Samar. 

Andrea Reyes, Palapag, Samar. 

Asuncion Reyes, Vallodolid, Occidental 
Negros. 



Ruperta Reyes, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Santiago Reyes, Claveria, Cagayan. 

Honorata Ricafort, Oquendo, Samar. 

Catalina Riego, Cavite. 

Bernardino Rivera, Bato, Leyte. 

Diego Rivera, Occidental Negros. 

Zosimo Roa, Cagayan, Misamis. 

Esteban Rojas, Manila. 

Pablo del Rosario, Manila. 

Francisco Rubin, Abuyog, Leyte. 

Maria Sabas, Santa Rita, Samar. 

Manuel Salac, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Magdalena Salas, Maao, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Juliana Saldevilla, Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 

Vicente de Sales, Matnog, Sorsogon. 

Valeria Sambuan, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Godofredo Sandalo, Dalaguete, Cebu. 

Maria de Santa, San Fernando, Pampan- 
ga. 

Turnino de los Santos, Malolos, Bulacan, 

Cristina Sarmiento, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Matilde Sarmiento, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Gertrude Searco, Bangued, Abra. 

Jovita Sembrano, Bato, Leyte. 

Bruna Semira, Santa Rita, Samar. 

Juanita Sepeda, Hinunangan, Leyte. 

Teofila Servando, Molo, Iloilo, Panay. 

Petra Sierno, Pambujan, Samar. 

Moncada Silvestre, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

S. Simbako, Mambajo, Misamis. 

Gabriela Sinay, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 

Dorotea Singson, Calbiga, Samar. 

Fortunato Singson, Loza, Calbiga, Samar, 

Nieves Singson, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Francisca Siolabrica, Santa Barbara, Ilo- 
ilo. 

Eulalia Sobrejuanete, Lucena, Tayabas. 

Eulalia Sobrejuanete, Lucena, Iloilo. 

Simona Sobuza, Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 

Vicente V. Socorro, Manila. 

Ysidoro Somonte, San Roque, Cavite. 

Sotera, iviindoro. 

Ambrosia Sousa, Lucena, Tayabas. 

Paula Suarez, Hilongos, Leyte. 

Cecilia Sudela, Iloilo, Panay. 

Macaria Sulesta, Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 

Juana Sulinap, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 

Nemesio Suman, Murcia, Occidental 
Negros. 

Timotea Tabera, Bato, Leyte. 

Luisa Tafilia, Catubig, Samar. 

Vicente Tagsagon, Tubungan, Iloilo. 

Gregoria Tajardo, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Jose Talento, Tubungan, Iloilo. 

Vicente Taling, San Pedro, Antique. 

Marta, Tandagan, Tubungan, Iloilo. 

Cecilio Tanedo, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Santiago Maseo Tartero, Manila. 

Aguedo Tefeo, Tibiao, Antique. 



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Valentin Tello, Cortez, Surigao, Min- 
danao. 

Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao. 
Paulino Tenedro, Catubig, Samar. 
Pantaleona Tetalbo, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 
Luis Tomas, Daraga, Albay. 
Marcela Toralba, Tagbilaran, Bohol. 
Tarcila Torrijos, Bangued Abra. 
Marcela Trineo, Laoang, Samar. 
Margarita Ucat, Valencia, Bohol. 
Vicente Ungson, Lingayen, Pangasinan. 
Paula Urgel, Hilongas, Leyte. 
Isabel Vael, Capoocan, Leyte. 
Claudia Valera, Bangued, Abra. 
Gabina Valera, Banguecr, Abra. 
Felipa de la Vega, Bangued, Abra. 
Juan C. Verzosa, Occidental Negros. 



Melecia B. de Vicera, Naval, Leyte. 
Sabino Viernes, Claveria, Cagayan. 
Dolores Villalobos, Valladolid, Occidental 

Negros. 

Filomena Villanueva, Alang-alang, Leyte. 
Josefa Villareal, Bucay, Abra. 
A. D. White, Ft. Wm. McKinley, Manila. 
Gervasia Yacos, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 
Juana Yalan, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 
Pilar Yales, Paric, Samar. 
Helena Yanvan, Leyte, Leyte. 
Lista Yarcia, Naval, Leyte. 
Floreiicio Yarra, Matnog, Sorsogon. 
Isabela Yoles, Lopez, Tayabas. 
Teodorica Zaragoza, Calapan, Mindoro. 
Inocencia Zeta, Jiabong, Samar. 



GROUP 56. YARNS AND FABRICS OF ANIMAL, FIBRES. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 
Feliciana Albano, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 



Concepcion Basa, Calapan, Mindoro. 

Carmen Torrijos, Bangued, Abra. 

A. D. White, Ft. Wm. McKinley, Manila. 



GROUP 57. SILK AND FABRICS OF SILK. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Miss Exequiela Abaya, Candon, Ilocos 
Sur. 

Adelina Balbin, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Florentina Carnival, Candaba, Pampanga. 

Maria Carnival, Candaba, Pampanga. 

Ladies' Committee, Binmaley, Pangasi- 
nan. 

Ladies' Committee, Irosin, Sorsogon. 

Honorata Encarnacion, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Lorenza Escano, Cabalian, Leyte. 

Pilar Florendo, Vigan Ilocos Sur. 

Miss Pilar Florendo, Vigan Ilocos Sur. 

Matilde Ginete, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Bruna Balidag y Loncio, Bulusan, Sorso- 
gon. 

Ruperto M de Reyes, Occidental Negros. 

Escolastica Sembrano, Bulusan, Sorso- 
gon. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Paula Aguilar, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Maria Amon, San Narciso, Zambales. 

Felipe Bongois, Bulusan, Sorsogon. . 

Maria Camara, Gubat, Sorsogon. 

Leonardo J. Flores, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Felisa Fortaleza, San Narciso, Zama- 
bales. 

Isabel Fulleros, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Francisca, Gironella, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Filotea Guerrero, Lapo, Ilocos Sur. 

Ladies' Committee, Sorsogon, Sorsogon. 

Lorenza Rosa, Cabalian, Leyte. 

Rafael Romero, Manila, P. I. 

Francisca Resales, San Narciso, Zam- 
bales. 

Matilda Ygnote, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 



GROUP 58. LACES, EMBROIDERIES AND TRIMMINGS. 



GOLD MEDAL. 
Father Jose Algue, Manila, P. I. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
Luisa M. Araneta, Maao, Occidental 

Negros. 

Cristina Centeno, Dingras, Ilocos Norte. 
Exposition Committee, Capiz, Panay. 



P. Felipe Espina, Calibo Lipa, Batangas. 

Flora Formosa, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Mrs. Hardeman, President Ladies' Com- 
mittee, Lingayen, Pangasinan. 

Bernardo Lacson, Talisay, Occidental 
Negros. 

Felicitas Ortiz, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Catalina Puentabella, Pilar, Sorsogon. 



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BRONZE MEDAL. 

Asuncion Balading, Palapag, Samar. 
Antonio Barnabe, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Monica Bungbung, Taguan, Bohol. 
Casimira Bustamente, San Enrique, 

Occidental Negros. 
Felipe Calderon, Manila. 
Felipa Fajardo, Manila. 
Enredina Froilan, Calbiga, Samar. 
Enriqueta Galenzoga, Baybay, Leyte. 
Sofronia Galenzoga, Baybay, Leyte. 
Juliana Garcia, San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte. 
Felipe Giray, Laoang, Samar. 

Maria Llamas, Pagsanjan, Laguna. 
Rita Marveas, Cavite. 
Estela Navarro, Bangued, Abra. 
Dorotea Paruganan, Dingras, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Pedro A. Paterno, Manila. 
Cristina Pintado, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Martina Restituto, Ormoc, Leyte. 
Vicente Socorro, Manila. 
Pardo de Tavera, Manila. 
Maria Verano, Palapag, Samar. 
Juana Vibanan, Palapag, Samar. 
Ladies' Committee, Binmaley, Pangasi- 

nan. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Paula Abaya, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 
Visitacion Paz Acosta, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Rita Aexrera, Bangued, Abra. 
Irene Agcaoili, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Jacinto Alcazar, Tarangunan, Samar. 
Serapia Apeles, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 
Maria Aquino, Concepcion, Tarlac. 
Isabelo Artacho, Lingayen, Pangasinan. 
Juliana Avila, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Ceferina Bacunda, Palapag, Samar. 
A. Balbina, Laoang, Samar. 
Fausta Barmoan, San Nicolas, Ilocos Sur. 
Rosario, Barmoan, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Concepcion Basa, Calapan, Mindoro. 
Mariano Bello, Santa, Ilocos Sur. 
Guillerma C'abanos, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 
Cresenciana Castaineda, Dingras, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Francisco Castro, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Melchora Castro, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Pilar Gales, Paric, Samar. 
Librada Centeno, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Cristina Centeno, Dingras, Ilocos Norte. 
Bonifacia Cullian, Catbalogan, Samar. 
Mrs. Prima Dahuit, Paranas, Samar. 
Nicolasa Ellazor, Hinunangan, Leyte. 



Lorenza Concepcion de Escano, Cabalian, 

Leyte. 

Pilar Esperas, Tacloban, Leyte. 
Lutgarda Estudillo, Bangued, Abra. 
Veronica Fabian, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Luisa Ferraren, Bangued, Abra. 
Carmen Fiel, Culaba, Leyte. 
Mrs. de Flor, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Asuncion Flordeliz, Leyte. 
Natividad de Flordeliz, Hilongos, Leyte. 
Pacita Flordeliz, Hilongos, Leyte. 
Endeina Froilan, Calbiga, Samar. 
Tita Frondoso, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Juana Gabinaan, Palapag, Samar. 
Regina Gabanin, Palapag, Samar. 
Maximina, Garcin, Matnog, Sorsogon. 
Salome Genina, Paric, Samar. 
Maria Gindilla, San Narcisco, Zambales. 
Eufemia Gironella de Abaya, Candon, 

Ilocos Sur. 

Juan Gochangco, Manila. 
Anita Gomez, Guagua, Pampanga. 
Basilica Gomez, Jaro, Iloilo. 
Aniceta Hermando, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Felisa Hernaez, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Julio Hernandez, Iloilo, 
Agripina Hesido, Paric, Samar. 
Graciana Ingales, Jagna, Bohol. 
Maria Jerez, Laoag, Ilucos Norte. 
Crispina Josep, Inopacan, Leyte. 
Esperanza Josue, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Fidelisa Kabiling, Carigara, Leyte. 
Misses Lampitoc, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Ladies' Committee, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Ladies' Committee, Gubat, Sorsogon. 
Ladies' Committee, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Asuncion Leyte, Hilongos, Leyte. 
Heresvita Lizardo, Bangued, Abra. 
Agaton Llamas, Carigara, Leyte. 
Petra Lubiano, Palapag, Samar. 
Catalino Madarang, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 
Estefania Madarang, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 
Calixta Maga, Laoang, Samar. 
Misses Martinez, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Fecunda Medina, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Maxima Mirae, Ormoc, Leyte. 
Justina Oldang, Guiuan, Samar. 
Pablo D. Ora Rosario, Manila. 
Clemente Ordabe, Masingao, Ilocos Sur. 
Escolastica Pacoli, Samar. 
Pelagic Pacoli, Paranas, Samar. 
Francisco Ponfenado, Paranas, Samar. 
Josefa Singson de Quiaoit, Batac, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Regis, Bato, Leyte. 
Estanislao Reyes, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Ruperta M. de Reyes, Occidental Negros. 
Laurana de Reyes, Naval, Leyte. 
Consuelo Ribera, Bato, Leyte. 
Felicissima Riego, Cavite. 



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Filomena Riego, Cavite. 

Fausta Rioera, Tacloban, Leyte. 

Rafael Romero, Manila. 

Francisca Resales, San Narciso, Zam- 

bales. 

Sra. Rubia, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Valentina Ruiz, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Margarita Rubiano, Palapag, Samar . 
Agripina Sacramento, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 
Magdalena Salas, Hacienda Prudencia, 

Maao, Occidental Negros. 
Maura Salazar, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Primitiva Salvador, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Vicente Salvante, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 
Encarnacion San Augustin, Calapan, Min- 

doro. 
Leona Sembrano, San Nicolas, Ilocos 

Norte. 



Fidela Sebastian, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Placida Sizon, Paranas, Samar. 
Nicomedisa Sibera y Eulogia Snares, 

Hilongos, Leyte. 

Magdalena Tejuo, Jaro, Iloilo, Panay. 
Tarcila Torrijos, Bangued, Abra. 
Regina Vabina, Palapag, Samar. 
Lucia Valera, Bangued, Abra. 
Dolores Valera, Bangued, Abra. 
Tarbola Valera, Bangued, Abra. 
Mrs. de Valdez, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 
Socorro Versosa, Bangued, Abra. 
Juan Villamil, Dagupan, Pangasinan. 
Graciana Yugoles, Jagna, Bohol. 
Epifania Zabala, Paranas, Samar. 
Fermina Zalazar, Leyte. 
E. Zobel, Manila. 



GROUP 59. INDUSTRIES PRODUCING WEARING APPAREL 
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Guadalupe de Abaya, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 
Ladies' Committee, Leyte, Leyte. 
Dolores Ramirez, Tagbiliran, Bohol. 
Adolfo Richter & Son, Manila. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Romualda Camilon, Calbayog, Samar. 
Leonor Crisologo, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Andrea Dolongabon, Carigara, Leyte. 
Pio Drosa, Taal, Batangas. 
Aniceta Espina, Pambuyan, Samar. 
Asuncion Flordeliz, Hilongos, Leyte. 
Gilda Geronella, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 
Melchora Geronella, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 
Geronima de Gyna, Catarman, Samar. 
Paz Infante, Valladolid, Occidental 

Negros. 

Felix Llorente, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
Angela Mijares, Daraga, Albay. 
Matilde Montinolo, Iloilo, Panay. 
Alejandro Ruiz y Ocampo, Argao, C'ebu. 
Claudia Valera, Bangued, Abra. 
Victoria Yandiongco, Daan-Bantayan, 

Cebu. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Socorro Pilar Acuna, Capiz, Panay. 
Feliguna Albano, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 
Juan Bautista, Silay, Occidental Negros. 



Luis Bayguen, Bangued, Abra. 
Eufrosina Benamo, Pilar, Abra. 
Felipe Bungabong, Jagna, Bohol. 
Segundina T. Federico, Santa Barbara, 

Iloilo. 

Pilar Florcento, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Lope Garliago, Soledad, Occidental 

Negros. 

Quintina Gonzales, Naval, Leyte. 
Vicente Lagrimas, Laoang, Samar. 
Agaton Lagrimas, Carigara, Leyte. 
Fausto Lascano, Castilla, Sorsogon. 
Rita Lecaros, Boac, Mindoro. 
Felicidad Locsin, Silay, Occidental 

Negros. 
Rosalia Lorensana, Cervantes, Lepanto- 

Bontoc. 

Flora Martinez, Bangued, Abra. 
Isidra Paredes, Bangued, Abra. 
Josefa Paredes, Bangued, Abra. 
Domingo Pioquinto, Nueva Caceres, Am- 

bos Camarines. 

Ildefonsa Ramirez, Tagbilaran, Bohol. 
Catalina Relente, Inopacan, Leyte. 
Maria Rido, Calbayog, Samar. 
Doroteo Rodriguez & Sons, Calamianes, 

Paragua. 

Nicolasa P. Souja, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 
Luis Tomas, Daraga, Albay. 
Juana Torrijos, Bangued, Abra. 
Alejandro Valera, Bangued, Abra. 
Matilda Valera, Bangued, Abra. 
Olimpia Valera, Bangued, Abra. 
Francisco Villanueva, Molo, Iloilo, Panay. 



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GROUP 60. LEATHER BOOTS AND SHOES, FURS AND 
SKINS, FUR CLOTHING. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Benito Legarda, San Sebastian, 210, 
Manila. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Juan Coronel, San Fernando, Ambos 

Camarines. 

Amalia Custodia, Manila. 
Eustaquia Eduarda, Manila. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Mrs. Amor, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Jose Bello, Santa, Ilocos Sur. 
Rufo Cerante, Leyte. 
Segundo Cinco, Cebu. 
Eligio de la Cruz, Angeles, Pampanga. 
Raymunda Eduarda, Manila. 
H. B. Fernald, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Miss Julian Garcia, San Nicolas, Ilocos 
Norte. 



Charles L. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. 

Vicente Jocson, Bacolod, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Zozimo Maga, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Filemon Navarro, Bangued, Abra. 

Sebastian Navarro, Bangued, Abra. 

Bartolome Nebat, Claveria, Cagayan. 

Graciana Orquisa, Manila. 

D. Pangau, Halong, Pampanga. 

Alberta Perea, Manila. 

Eugenia Plaza, Pasig, Rizal. 

Catalino Ponce, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Mariano Raymundo, Morong, Rizal. 

Alberta de los Reyes, Manila. 

Epifania Sacramento, San Nicolas, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Maria de Santa, San Fernando, Pam- 
panga. 

"El Adelanto del Siglo," Manila. 

National Slipper Store, Manila. 

The Sport, Manila. 

Dr. Lionel Street, Cervantes, Lepanto- 
Bontoc. 

Ciriaco Tuscano, Dolores, Abra. 

Juan Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 



GROUP 61. VARIOUS INDUSTRIES CONNECTED WITH 

CLOTHING. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Commercial Museum, Manila. 

Pedro Ferrer, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 

Benito Legarda, Manila. 

Mercantile Committee, Lucban, Tayabas. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Baer Senior & Co., Successors, Manila. 

Felipa Bello, Bangued, Abra. 

P. E. Burns, Abulug, Cagayan. 

Jose Figuera, Juban ,Sorsogon. 

Ciriaco Gaudinez, Manila. 

Carlos Gsell, Manila. 

Alvarez Guerra Collection, Manila.* 

The Manila Fashion, Manila. 

Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 

Juan Seiboth, Manila. 

Eber C. Smith, Manila. 

The Sport Escolta, Manila. 

Ysidro Sanchez, Manila. 

Juan Villamor, Banguecr, Abra. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Socorro and Pilar Acuna, Capiz, Panay. 

M. Agcara, Balanga, Bataan. 

Genoveva Angeles, Cavite, Luzon. 

Fausta Bajarias, Dalaguete, Cebu. 

Elias Bersamin, Bangued, Abra. 

Bilibid Prison, Manila, P. I. 

Lorenzo Gran Cairo, Pambujan, Samar. 

Benigna Clarin, Dauis, Bohol. 

Esteban Cruz, Pasiz, Rizal. 

Ruiz Diaz & Co., Manila. 

Lutgarda Estudillo, Bangued, Abra. 

Luisa Feraren, Bangued, Abra. 

Felipa Florentina, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Major Edward F. Glenn, Platsburg, N. Y. 

Juan Gochangco, Dulumbayan, Manila. 

Rafael Jocson, Himamaylan, Occidental 
Negros. 

W. J. Kibby, Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

Juanita Lasala, Dalaguete, Cebu. 

Tomas Lasan, Solana, Cagayan. 

Ladies' Committee, Binmaley, Panga- 
sinan. 



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Andrea Lopez, Calape, Bohol. 
Simeona Manog, Basey, Samar. 
Bibiana Mora, Palo, Leyte. 
Vicente Olmos, Batangas. 
Marcelina Pablo, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Espiritu Paraiso, Bangued, Abra. 
Mariano Riosa, Tabaco, Albay. 
Rosalia Liap de Rivera, Hilongos, Leyte. 
Dr. L. A. B. Street, Manila. 
Maxima Tarcela, Tacloban, Leyte. 
Carmen Torrijos, Bangued, Abra. 
Dionisia Tuason, Malasiqui, Pangasinan. 
Ladies' Committee, Casiguran, Sorso- 

gon. 
Ladies' Committee, Cebu, Cebu. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Severo Abeto, Binalbagan, Occidental 

Negros. 

J. Abiera, Antique, Panay. 
Severo Acosta, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Rufino Afungol, Paete, Laguna. 
Segundo Aguilar, Candaba, Pampanga. 
Paula Alarcon, Cavite. 
Vicente Alfuerto, Tayabas. 
V. Alvarez, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 
Regino Andoy, Calape, Bohol. 
Juan de los Angeles, Angat, Bulacan. 
Gonzalo Angeles, Angat, Bulacan. 
Carmen Armanday, Janiuay, Iloilo. 
Carmen Arroyo, Candaba, Pampanga. 
Tranquilino Arroyo, Candaba Pampanga. 
Paco Arumfante, Cagayan, Luzon. 
Petra Astorga, Barugo, Leyte. 
Roque Baguen, Bangued, Abra. 
Patricio Bajay, Leyte, Leyte. 
Jose Baisaz, Paete, Laguna. 
Lorenzo Ballera, Bucay, Abra. 
Luciano Bandarail, Bangued, Abra. 
Chas. S. Banks, Liijaioy, Occidental 

Negros. 

Jacinta de Barbudo, Bacon, Sorsogon. 
Maria Batactoy, Dalaguete, Cebu. 
Mrs. Bautista, Pambujan, Samar. 
Pablo Bermales, Bucay, Abra. 
Pedro Bersamira, Bangued, Abra. 
Gilas Bersamin, Bangued, Abra. 
Dionisia Bomediano, Calape, Bohol. 
Candelario Borja, Tagbilaran, Bohol. 
Juanita Buenconsejo, Dalaguete, Cebu. 
Victor Carbides, Mercedes, Samar. 
Victor Cabides, Mercedes, Samar. 
Gabino Cabrera, Apalit, Pampanga. 
C. Everett Connant, Barili, Cebu. 
Marcela Conui, Ormoc, Leyte. 
Jose Cornico, Catarman, Samar. 
Jorge de la Cruz, Catarman, Samar. 
Rafael de la Cruz, Guiuan, Samar. 
Rufino Custono, Catarman, Samar. 
Procopio Dacudag, Dingle, Iloilo. 
Dolores Danisay, Malolos, Bulacan. 



Marcela Diaz, Leyte, Leyte. 

Justo Diaz, Cavite. 

I. Dormes, Sampaloc, Tayabas. 

Isabela Duenas, Leyte, Leyte. 

Simeona Dumbrique, Batac, Ilocos Nor- 
te. 

Gabina Dumbrique, Batac, Ilocos Nor- 
te. 

Augustin Elpa, San Gregorio, Abra. 

Dinas Empleo, Bacon, Sorsogon. 

Paula Alarcon de Ermitano, Silang, Ca- 
vite. 

Eladia and Francisco Lucero, Argao, 
Cebu. 

Angela Flordeliz, Hilongos, Leyte. 

Eutropia Flordeliz, Hilongos, Leyte. 

Francisco Floroal, Bangued, Abra. 

Ceferino Fontebuena, Tabuan, Iloilo. 

Lorenza Foresta, San Domingo, Ilocos 
Sur. 

Petra Frani, Carigara, Leyte. 

Tita Frondosa, Ilocos Sur 

Higino Fulgueras, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Leocadio Cabilaquin, Soledad, Occidental 
Negros. 

Regino Garcia, Manila. 

Julita Monton de Gatsulao, Himamay- 
lan, Occidental Negros. 

Manuel Gil, Virac, Tayabas. 

Felipa Giray, Laoang, Samar. 

Sixto Gonzales, Inopacan, Leyte. 

Gracio Gonzaga, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 

Guillermo Guzman, Bangued, Abra. 

C. L. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. 

Adriano Hernandez, Silay, Occidental 
Negros. 

A. Ilagan, San Carlos, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Arcadio Imperial, San Emilio, Lepanto- 
Bontoc. 

Roberta R. de Infante, Valladolid, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

R. E. Janes, Cebu, Cebu. 

3artolome Japson, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Ladies' Committee, Santa Rita, Pampan- 
ga. 

Leoncia Lecaros, Maasin, Leyte. 

Miss Leon, Naval, Leyte. 

.Juana de Leon, Cavite. 

Flora Leones, Tayum, Abra. 

Eleuteria Lleses, Cavite, Cavite. 

Domingo Locsin, Silay, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Severino Lucero, Taranguman, Samar. 

Fulgencio Lucero, Argao, Cebu. 

Mercedes Lucero, Argao, Cebu. 

Victoria Madamba, Dingras, Ilocos Nor- 
te. 

Leonardo Madrilejos, Badajoz, Romblon. 

Nicolas M.aningan, Hinunangan, Leyte. 

Zosimo Mapa, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Marcelo Margallon, Cabatman, Iloilo. 



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Paz Masne, Pasig, Rizal. 

Julia Matias, Pilar, Sorsogon. 

Pacita Matonda, Maasin, Leyte. 

Maria Menendez, San Fernando, Pam- 

panga. 

Gov. Edward Miller, Cuyo, Paragua. 
Gov. Monreal, Sorsogon, Sorsogon. 
Eugenio Montante, Bangued, Abra. 
Estella Navarro, Bangued, Abra. 
Juanita Neyra, Babatingan, Leyte. 
Captain Offley, Calapan, Mindoro. 
Victor H. Olmstead, Manila. 
Gov. Pack, Baguio, Benguet. 
Rafael Pacson, Pototan, Iloilo. 
Andres Paglumutan, Hog, Occidental Ne- 

gros. 

Anacleto Paguio, Pilar, Bataan. 
Ceferino Palabrinca, Pototan, Iloilo. 
Hugo Palo, San Enrique, Iloilo, Panay. 
Severo Parinas, Pidigan, Abra. 
Sebastian Pernia, Calape, Bohol. 
Antonio Prudente, San Enrique, Iloilo, 

Panay. 

Teogenes Quiaoit, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Dolores Quiaoit, Crisostomo, Batac, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Esteban Quinto, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Benito Resurreccion, Iloilo, Panay. 
Francisco J. Reyes, Occidental Negros. 
Baltazara Reynoso, Cavite. 
Honorata Ricafort, Oquendo, Samar. 
Elisidora Rivera y Regis, Bato, Leyte. 
C. Rocamora, Barili, Cebu. 
Mateo Roldan, Malolos, Bulacan. 
Santiago Roque, Sorsogon. 



Maria de la Rosa, Calbayog, Samar. 

Buenaventura Resales, Calabayog, Sa- 
mar. 

Rueda Bros., Zamboanga, Mindanao. 

Maria de Santa, San Fernando, Pam- 
panga. 

Baldomero Santiago, Capas, Tarlac. 

Tomas Sarmiento, Barcelona, Sorso- 
gon. 

Luciano Severino, Silay, Occidental Ne- 

' gros. 

Clotilde Sumel, San Nicolas, Ilocos Nor- 
te. 

Trinidad P. de Tavera, Manila. 

Narciso Torres, Bucay, Abra. 

Geo. Taylor, Balan, Tayabas. 

Magdalena Tejico, Jaro, Iloilo, Panay. 

Conchita Trullens, Bangued, Abra. 

Bernardino Valdez, Batac, Ilocos Nor- 
te. 

Pedro Valenzuela, Naic, Cavite. 

Consuelo Valera, Bangued, Abra. 

Alexandra Valera, Bangued, Abra. 

Faustino Velasco, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur. 

Sedacia Venito, Quinapundan, Samar. 

Pedro Veral y Vito, Romblon. 

Francisco Vigente, Lopez, Tayabas. 

Josefina Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 

Remegia Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 

Flordelis Villaflor, Uindang, Leyte. 

A. D. White, Fort Wm. McKinley, Ma- 
nila. 

Aniceto Yamson, Santo Nino, Samar. 

Francisco Yosal, Calape, Bohol. 

Juan Zamora, Silay, Occidental Negros. 



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Department E. Machinery. 

GROUP 65. MACHINE TOOLS. 

GOLD MEDAL. HONORABLE MENTION. 

Salome Padua, Lucban, Tayabas. Francisco Ambrosio, Cavite. 

Juan Cunel, Lilio, Laguna. 
GTT \TW A/nrrAT Casiano Diaz. Cavite. 

Antonio Munoz, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Tomas Avancena, Corregidor, Manila. Feliciano Samutan, Malolos, Bulacan. 
Bilibid Prison, Manila. Guillermo Santiago, Angat, Bulacan. 

Benito Soriano, Tarlac. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 
Justo Dias, Cavite. 



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Department G- -Transportation 



COLLECTIVE EXHIBIT. 



GOLD MEDAL. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 



SILVER MEDAL. 
Bureau of Agriculture, Manila. 



GROUP 72. CARRIAGES AND WHEELWRIGHTS' WORK. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Rufino Afungol, Paete, Laguna. 
Timoteo Dado, Paete, Laguna. 
Calixto Pellaban, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Provincial Committee, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Raymundo Guay, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 

Municipal Committee, Ilagan, Isabela. 

Municipal Committee, Maragondon, Ca- 
vite. 

Municipal Committee, San Isidro, Nueva 
Ecija. 

Rafael Nepis, Louisiana Estate, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

Provincial Committee, Nueva Ecija. 

Sr. Pulnido, Sta. Maria, Cagayan. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Severe Alejano, Occidental Negros. 
Cirilo Balaos, Casanayan, Capiz. 
Eusebio Barona, Bangued, Abra. 
Narciso Dison, Orani, Bataan. 
Ignacio and J. A. Gicana, Catarman, Sa- 

mar. 
Nicolas Lagradilla, Hacienda Prudencia, 

Occidental Negros. 

Fulgencio Matias, Santa Ana, Pampanga. 
Municipal Committee, Malalipot, Albay. 
Eduardo Samson, Santa Ana, Pampanga. 
Florentine Tambo, Iloilo, Panay. 
Calixto Tellaban, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Guillermo P. Timboc, Apalit, Pampanga. 
Liberate Tupino, Penablanca, Cagayan. 
Basilica Vela, Calapan, Mindoro. 
Daniel and Palacio Villanueva, Bago, 
Occidental Negros. 



GROUP 73. SADDLERY AND HARNESS. 



GRAND PRIZE. 
"The Sport," Manila. 

GOLD MEDAL. 
Municipal Committee, Mariquina, Rizal. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Domingo Espigol, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 
Pascual Palatto, Penablanca, Cagayan. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Bilibid Prison, Manila. 
Hipolito Elvena, Tatum, Abra. 
Municipal Committee, Dalaguete, Cebu. 



Municipal Committee, Iloilo, Panay. 
Municipal Committee, Tabaco, Albay. 
Provincial Committee, Batangas, Lu- 
zon. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Pedro Bersamino, Bangued, Abra. 
Hipolito Elvena, Tayum, Abra. 
H. B. Fernald, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Lope Garnica, Manila. 
Tiburcio Lizardo, Bangued, Abra. 
A. Moro, Dinas, Mindanao. 
Esteban Quinto, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Pio Robila, Bangued, Abra. 
Francisco Tongoy, Murcia, Occidental 
Negros. 



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GROUP 75. MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED IN THE 
MERCANTILE MARINE. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 
Juan Rodriguez, Manila. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Bureau of Coast Guard and Transporta- 
tion, Manila. 

S. C. Farnham, Boyd & Co., Ltd., Shang- 
hai, China. 

Manila Ship Co., Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Bureau of Forestry, Manila. 
Compania Maritima, Manila. 
Leonardo Osorio, Cavite. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Leon Legaspi, Hacienda La Luisiana. 

Occidental Negros. 
Governor Monreal, Yrosin, Sorsogon. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Alfred Arnold, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Jose Arrioa y Dionisio Batonis, Catar- 

man, Samar. 

Domingo Bono, Masbate, Masbate. 
Esteban Butson, Sorsogon. 
Basilic Corson, Lampana, Leyte. 



Jose Crisostomo, Iba, Zambales. 

Agapito Cuberto, Leyte. 

Ciriaco Dael, Tanjay, Oriental Negros. 

Narciso Dizon, Orani, Bataan. 

Jose Fernandez, Manila. 

Leon Fernandez, Buenavista, Iloilo. 

Marciano Galdana, Samal, Bataan. 

Nepomuceno Gallego, Masbate. 

Macelino Gaylan, Buenavista, Iloilo. 

Lorenzo de Gran Cairo, Pambujan, Sa- 
mar. 

Simeon Harris, Manila. 

Aurelio Isaac, Occidental Negros. 

Santilio Martinez, Pambujan, Samar. 

Jose Medina, Masbate. 

Gov. Edward Y. Miller, Paragua. 

Manuel Obsequio, Calbiga, Samar. 

Policarpo Omero, Occidental Negros. 

Antonio Panyon, Hog, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Ceridinio Paraiso, Nakalang, Maao, Oc- 
cidental Negros. 

Juan Paredes, Abra. 

Simeon Perez, Capiz. 

Juan Ramirez, Aparri, Cagayan. 

Augustin Sembrando, Paric, Samar. 

Valentin Semilla, Mariveles, Bataan. 

Manuel Soriano, Pontevedra, Capiz. 

Dr. Lionel A. B. Street, Cervantes, Le- 
panto. 

Valentin Tello Tandag, Surigao, Minda- 
nao. 



Ruperto de Venturanza, Lemery, 
tangas. 



Ea- 



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Department H Agriculture. 

GENERAL COLLECTIVE EXHIBIT. 

GRAND PRIZE. 
Bureau of Agriculture, Manila. 

GROUP 78. FARM EQUIPMENT METHODS OF IMPROVING 

LANDS. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
X Mariano Trias, Cavite, Luzon. 

GROUP 79. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND FARM MA- 
CHINERY. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Juan Rodriguez, San Nicolas Dry Dock 
Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Municipal Committee, Bocane, Bulacan. 
Rafael Nepis, Louisiana Estate, 'Occi- 
dental Negros. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Municipal Committee, Cuyo, Paragua. 
Municipal Committee, Iloilo, Panay. 
Provincial Committee, Bacolor, Pam- 

panga. 

Provincial Committee, Pasig, Rizal. 
^Mariano Trias, Cavite, Luzon. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Lucas Acelajado, Siniloan, Laguna. 
Mariano Alvarez, Noveleta, Cavite. 
Bruno Andrade, Oquendo, Samar. 
Jose Arriola, Catarman, Samar. 
Juan Baile, Sorsogon. 
Bonifacio Balbaloza, Siniloan, Laguna. 
Mauro Baligod, Malaneg, Cagayan. 
Bonifacio Baraoain, Bulacan. 
Eusebia Barona, Bangued, Abra. 
Arcadio Bautista, Oriental Negros. 
Hugo Buenvenida, Pilar, Capiz, Panay. 
P. E. Burns, Abulug, Cagayan. 
Feliciano Cagunoa, Pangasinan. 
Eugenio Canlas, Santo Tomas, Pampan- 



Francisco Crisostomo, Batac, Ilocos Nor- 
te. 

Dolores Damsay, Malolos, Bulacan. 
Tito Danao, San Enrique, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Santos Delfin, Abucay, Bataan. 

Narciso Dizon, Orani, Bataan. 

Miguel Dollentas, Sorsogon. 

Lucio Flores, Angat, Bulacan. 

Baltazar Gallo, Buenavista, Iloilo, Pa- 
nay. 

Jacinto Gauciem, Candaba, Pampanga. 

Alipio Gernalin, Binalbagan, Occidental 
Negros. 

Mr. Guerrero, Mexico, Pampanga. 

Benito Gundan, Malaneg, Cagayan. 

V. M. Hansen, Bohol. 

Simeon Harris, Manila. 

Garcia Hernandez, Bohol. 

Pedro de Jesus, Mexico, Pampanga. 

J. E. Kirtland, Penaranda, Nueva Ecija. 

Pedro Lagne, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Remigio Limciaco, Himamaylan, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

Pascual Lugui, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Felipe Mangapit, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Hilarion Manapol, Pampanga. 

Espiridion Maristela, Masbate. 

Martin Mercurio, Occidental Negros. 

Cornello Minoza, Argao, Cebu. 

Basilio Pabutaran, Occidental Negros. 

Ignacio Y. J. Pagdato, Pinaldo, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Pedro A. Paterno, Manila. 

Catalina Pulido, Santa Maria, Cagayan. 

Feliz Puno, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Lucila Reyes, Lipa, Batangas. 



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Tomas C. Reyes, Candaba, Pampanga. 

Santiago T. Reyes, Sarvia, Occidental 
Negros. 

Jose Rivera, Louisiana Estate, Maao Oc- 
cidental Negros. 

Gregorio Rodriguez, Molo, Iloilo, Panay. 

J. Romero, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Marcos Rosera, Masbate. 



Manuel Soriano, Pontevedra, Capiz, Pan- 
ay. 

Carson Taylor, St. Louis, Mo. 

Antonio Tonacao, Leyte, Leyte. 

Abraham Torrecarion, Maao, Occidental 
Negros. 

Emeterio Valera, Bangued, Abra. 

Fermin Vedera, Lopez, Tayabas. 

Daniel Villanueva, Bago, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 



GROUP 80. FERTILIZERS. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Ramon Meri Abejuela, Cagayan, Misa- 
mis. 



Lino Adance, Valencia, Bohol. 
Benito Legarda, Manila, Luzon. 



GROUP 81. TOBACCO. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

"Germinal," Manila. 
La Insular, Manila. 
Manuel Nieto, Isabela. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Compania General de Tabacos de Filipi- 

ans.San Antonio, Cagayan. 
La Paz y Buen Viaje, Manila. 
La Yebana, Manila. 

Municipal Committee, Naguilian, Isabela. 
Prov. Committee, Cagayan. 
Prov. Committee, Isabela de Luzon. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Hermogenes Arrizabal, Salana, Cagayan. 

Hermogenes Dattung, Salana, Cagayan. 

La Alhambra, Manila. 

Honorio Lasan, Penablanca, Cagayan. 

Mercantile Society, Batac, \Ilocos Norte. 

Municipal Committee, Candon, Ilocos 
Sur. 

Municipal Committee, Cottabato, Min- 
danao. 

Municipal Committee, Davao, Mindanao. 

Municipal Committee, Mondragon, Samar. 

Municipal Committee, Piat, Cagayan. 

Municipal Committee, San Juan, Union. 

Municipal Committee, Taboyan, Cebu. 

Wenseslao McChan Genco, Lumaba, Ilo- 
cos Sur. 

McChan Genco, Wenceslao, Manila. 

Luis Pernilla, Passi, Iloiio, Panay. 



Phil. Expo. Board, Manila. 

Phil. Tobacco Trust Co., Manila. 

Prov. Committee, Cebu. 

Santiago Rensandero, Baggao, Cagayan. 

Jose R. Rivera, Cordoba, Cagayan. 

Alejandro Ruiz y Ocampo, Argao, Cebu. 

Francisco Saez, Manila. 

Sprungli & Co., Manila. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Eduardo F. Albal, Ilocos Norte. 
Rosalio Eduarte, Dolores, Abra. 
Raymundo Guay, Sta. Barbara, Iloilo. 
Augustin Ilagan, San Carlos, Occidental 

Negros. 

Cristobal Isidore, Dingras, Ilocos Norte. 
La Industrial, Manila. 
La Libertad, Manila. 
La Lucrecia, Manila. 
La Oceania Tobacco Co., Manila. 
La Puerta del Sol, Manila. 
La Union Ilocana, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Municipal Committee, Balincaguin, Zam- 

bales. 

Municipal Committee, Dumanbag, Cebu. 
Municipal Committee, Passi, Iloilo, 

Panay. 

Basilia Nocum, Manila. 
Prov. Committee, Ilocos Sur. 
Jose Simpson, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Juan Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 
Yap Tesicug, Manila. 
Yong Heng, Manila. 



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HONORABLE MENTION. 

Consolacion Araneta, Bago, Occidental 
Negros. 

Antonio Brillante, San Emilio, Lepanto- 
Bontoc. 

Francisco Buto, Iguig, Cagayan, Luzon. 

P. P. Teodorico Cobarrubias, Manila. 

Teodoro Cristobal, Dingras, Ilocos Norte. 

El Lucero, Manila. 

Augustin Javier, Cadiz, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

La Batalla, Manila. 

La Bulaquena, Manila. 

La Rizal, Manila. 

La Tagala, Manila. 

Crispina Leonor, Inocapan, Leyte. 

Fausto Lim, Santa Cruz, Manila. 

Lourdes Cigar Factory, Manila. 



Juan Mercado, Naga, Cebu. 

Serapio Montague, Manila. 

Raymunda Paciente, San Enrique, Iloilo. 

Benigno Padilla, Sual, Pangasinan. 

Rafael Pagtehilan, San Emilio, Lepanto 
Bontoc. 

Mado Panis, Murcia, Occidental Negros. 

Rice Cigar and Cigarette Factory, Man- 
ila. 

Juan Socano, Poro, Cebu. 

Yo Suco, Manila. 

Juan Tanedo, Poro, Cebu. 

Cecilio Tanedo, Tarlac. 

E. Tupas, Occidental Negros. 

Vicente Velez, Manila. 

Cirila Villaflor, Hindang, Leyte. 

Lagarda Villarama, Angat, Bulacan. 

Sotero Viray, Tarlac. 



COLLABORATORS. 



GOLD MEDAL. 
Ariston Bautista y Lim, Manila. 



Justo Guido, Manila. 

Maun> Prieto y Gorricho, Manila. 

Joaquin Sta. Marina, Manila. 



GROUP 82. APPLIANCES AND METHODS USED IN AGRICUL- 
TURAL INDUSTRIES. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Bias Baloran, Malaneg, Cagayan. 
Carlos Corrales, Manibajos, Misamis. 
Rafael Enero, Pambujan, Samar. 
Aniceto Garilao, Ginigaran, Occidental 

Negros. 
Bibiano Gelosa, Ginigaran, Occidental 

Negros. 



Percy A. Hill, Calbiga, Samar. 
Juan Lazay, Castilla, Sorsogon. 
Vicente Lozano, Manila. 
Florencio Magdaraog, Albay. 
Fulgencio Matias, Santa Ana, Pampanga. 
Lucio Meijos, Pambujan, Samar. 
Antonio Munoz, Catbalogan, Bohol. 
Guillermo P. Tambal, Apalit, Pampanga. 
Guillermo Tirona, Imus, Cavite. 



GROUP 84. VEGETABLE FOOD PRODUCTS AGRICULTURAL 

SEEDS. 

COLLECTIVE EXHIBIT OF SEEDS. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
Pedro Valera, Bangued, Abra. 

CLEAN RICE. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Juan Araneta, Maao, Occidental Negros. 
Francisco Gonzalez, Pangasinan. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Luciano Almeida, San Fernando, Union. 
Hermogenes Arizabal, Solano, Cagayan. 



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Francisco Banzon, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 

Pantaleon Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 

F. Cavite, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 

Municipal Committee, Anao, Tarlac. 

Municipal Committee, Banban, Tarlac. 

Municipal Committee, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Municipal Committee, Casiguran, Sorso- 
gon. 

Municipal Committee, Dingras, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Municipal Committee, Dolores, Abra. 

Municipal Committee, Laoag, Ilocos Nor- 
te. 

Municipal Committee, Moncada, Tarlac. 

Municipal Committee, Piddig, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Municipal Committee, Polo, Bulacan. 

Municipal Committee, San Isidro, Zam- 
bales. 

Municipal Committee, San Miguel de 
Camiling, Tarlac. 

Municipal Committee, Tayug, Pangasi- 
nan. 

Ignacio Naval, Balanga, Bataan. 

Augustin Pagima, Balanga, Bataan. 

Felipe Pazis, Claveria, C'agayan. 

Provincial Committee, Abra. 

Provincial Committee, Ilocos Norte. 

Provincial Committee, Occidental Negros. 

Governor E. Santos, San Isidro, Nueva 
Ecija. 

Smith, Bell & Co., Manila. 

Macaria Tanedo, Tarlac. 

Mariano Torralva, Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 

Jose Villanueva, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Martin Arzadon, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Tomas Ladera, Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 
Ramon Mortera, Manila. 
Jose Magallanes, Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 
Municipal Committee, Capas, Tarlac. 



Municipal Committee, Pasuquin, Ilocos 

Norte. 

Machete Pagima, Pilar, Bataan. 
Alejandro Rosario, Bangued, Abra. 
Maximino Rosario, Bangued, Abra. 
Maximino Rubio, Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Pablo Ardly, San Juan, Batangas. 

Meliton Argosino, Lopez, Tabayas. 

Maxima Boholst, Merida, Leyte. 

Camilo Butardo, Paoay, Ilocos Norte. 

Luis Cobrilla, Merida, Leyte. 

Vicente Corpus, Calape, Bohol. 

Joaquin Delgado, Occidental Negros. 

Manuel Diamante, San Mateo, Rizal. 

G. Din, Bacon, Sorsogon. 

Gregoria Espinosa, Capas, Tarlac. 

Rufina Estremos, Merida, Leyte. 

Enrique Garcia, Guiguinto, Bulacan. 

Gabriel Garcia, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 

Lorenzo Gerfaldeo, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Domingo Gili, Matnog, Sorsogon. 

Andres Ginate, Valladolid, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Juan Habelito, Casiguran-, Sorsogon. 

Tomas Ladera, Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 

Cosme Lingayan, Cordoba, Cagayan. 

Luis Luna, San Jose, Batangas. 

Juan Manese, Arayat, Pampanga. ! 

Juan Mateo, Santa Cruz, Laguna. 

Angelina Oleoa, Himamaylan, Occidental 
Negros. 

Simeon Perez, Calibo, Capiz. 

Vidal Perez, Pototan, Iloilo, Panay. 

Eugenio Permejo, Torrijos, Marinduque. 

Crisanto Rosell, Daan, Batangas. 

Dionisio'Roy, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 

Mariano Serrano, Bacon, Sorsogon. 

Santiago Sambajon, San Pascual, Burias 
Islands, Masbate. 

Justo Tanedo, Victoria, Tarlac. 

Juan Torres, Capas, Tarlac. 

Augustin Yatung, Solana, Cagayan. 



RICE IN 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Luciano Almeida, San Fernando, Union. 
E. Alvarez, Capiz, Capiz. 
Juan A. Araneta, Maao, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Pedro Ardenas, Capiz. 
Maria Calunag, Malolos, Bulacan. 
Gregorio Escuadra, Baybay, Leyte. 
Governor C. Joven, Bacolor, Pampanga. 
Basilio Lim, Antipolo, Rizal. 



Municipal Committee, Lipa, Batangas. 

Captain Offley, U. S. A., Calapan, Min- 
doro. 

Provincial Committee, Tarlac. 

R. Simcaco, Himamaylan, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Francisco Abelarde, Cadiz, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 



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Atanasio Abquilan, Himamaylan, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

P. Arcenas, Capiz, Capiz. 

Pedro Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 

Cirilo Briones, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Candido Cordero, Pototan, Iloilo. 

Justo Cuagcong, Saravia, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Serapion Dones, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 

Sancho Eguia, Dao, Antique. 

Santiago Facultad, Pototan, Iloilo. 

J. Habelit, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 

V. Holasca, Barugo, Leyte. 

D. Huertas, San Pascual, Burias, Mas- 
bate. 

Carlos Infante, Valladolid, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Peregrin Iboa, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Eladio Hate, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 

P. Ledesma, Pototan, Iloilo. 

Silvestre Malong, Binalonan, Pangasinan. 

Governor Monreal, Irocin, Sorsogon. 

Municipal Committee, Jovellar, Albay. 

Municipal Committee, Tuy, Batangas. 

Municipal Committee, Cuyo, Paragua. 

Municipal Committee, Piat, Cagayan. 

Mariano Padilla, Penaranda, Nueva Ecija. 

Ceferino Palabrica, Pototan, Iloilo. 

Julio Peregrin, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Provincial Committee, Pampanga. 

Agripino de la Rama, Bacolod, Occidental 
Negros. 

Alejandro Ruiz, Argao, Cebu.' 

Laureano Santiago, Bugason, Antique. 

Juan Zamora, Silay, Occidental Negros. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Alipio y Kalina, Valladolid, Occidental 

Negros. 

Miguel P. Araneta, Pototan, Iloilo. 
Juan Aras, Bacon, Sorsogon. 
Juan H. Aviles, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 
Francisco Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 
Silvino Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 
Roque Bayguen, Bangued, Abra. 
Ramon Bayle, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 
A. Diaz, Bacon, Sorsogon. 
Juan Dino, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 
Pedro Duca, Bacon, Sorsogon. 
Pedro Espano, Dinalupijan, Bataan. 
M. Godoy, San Pascual, Burias Islands, 

Masbate. 

S. Granada, Talisay, Occidental Negros. 
Cirilo Gredona, Juban, Sorsogon. 
Antonio Groyon, Juban, Sorsogon. 
Celidonio Guarin, Juban, Sorsogon. 
Juan Guifaldon, Juban, Sorsogon. 
Atanasio Laeza, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 
Domiciano Layoc, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 



Florencina Magdoroag, Albay, Albay. 

M. Mercano, San Jose, Batangas. 

Alejandro Montelibano, Silay, Occidental 
Negros. 

Municipal Committee, Buhi, Ambos Cam- 
arines. 

Municipal Committee, Cebu, Cebu. 

Municipal Committee, Irocin, Sorsogon. 

Municipal Committee, Lemery, Batangas. 

Municipal Committee, Pitogo, Tayabas. 

Anacleto Pagima, Pilar, Bataan. 

Leoncia Purugganan, Bangued, Abra. 

Domingo Locsin Rama, Silay, Occidental 
Negros. 

Baldomero de la Rama, Bacolod, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

R. Salas, Maao, Occidental Negros. 

Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao, Min- 
danao. 

G. Tumanan, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 

L. Villadelgado, Libalon, Antique. 

Santiago Zamboyon, San Pascual, Burias 
Islands, Masbate. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Isidro Agapon, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 
Juan M. Agcaoili, Dingras, Ilocos Norte. 
Vicente Aglim, Capas, Tarlac. 
Rupefto Aguila, San Jose, Batangas. 
Agripino Atienza, Capas, Tarlac. 
Marcelo Ayo, Bacon, Sorsogon. 
Ignacio Baja, Capas, Tarlac. 
Flaviano Beltran, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 
Isidore Biag, Capas, Tarlac. 
Felipe Bustos, San Miguel, Pampanga. 
Jose Crisanto, Capas, Tarlac. 
Justo Cuarcong, Silay, Occidental Negros. 
Ceferino Delute, Himmangan, Leyte. 
Pedro Descalso, Capas, Tarlac. 
Gervasio Destura, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 
Cipriano Diticio, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 
Arcadio Domanais, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 
Romualdo Dominguez, Capas, Tarlac. 
Maria Ebnega, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 
Manuel Garcia, Binalonan, Pangasinan. 
Manuel Gomora,- Torrijos, Marinduque. 
Gregoria Grajo, Juban, Sorsogon. 
Severino Habitan, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 
Luis Jesalva, Castillo, Sorsogon. 
Atanasio Laoza, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 
Froylan Lapus, Capas, Tarlac. 
Doroteo Liborios, Hinunangan, Leyte. 
Melchor Librantino, Juban, Sorsogon. 
C. Lubiaga, Bonate, Iloilo. 
Salvador Martin, Antipole, Rizal. 
Quintin Marz, Castilla, Sorsogon. 
Manuel Palmares, Bonate, Iloilo. 
Pedro Peralta, Torrijos, Tayabas. 
Eleno Porras, Pototan, Iloilo. 



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Domingo Pioquinto, Nueva Caceres, Am- 

bos Camarines. 
Pablo Puig, Pototan, Iloilo. 
Andres Suangco, Pototan, Iloilo. 
Fernando Suasil, Calape, Bohol. 



Valentin Sumulung, Antipole, Rizal. 
Escola'stica Teves, Tanjay, Oriental Ne- 

gros. 
Gabriel Villalobos, Valladolid, Occidental 

Negros. 



CORN. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

E. Amero, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Juan A. Araneta, Maao, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Municipal Committee, Piat, C'agayan. 

Roman Novella, Silay, Occidental Negros. 

Provincial Committee, Cagayan de Lu- 
zon. 

Provincial Committee, Nueva Viscaya. 

Juan N. Pasaporte, Pototan, Iloilo. 

Alejandro Ruiz, Argao, Cebu. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Pablo Astronomo, Calape, Bohol. 

Cecilia Aurelio, Silay, Occidental Negros. 

Hilarion Dominguez, Masbate, Masbate. 

Antonio Groyon, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Pedro Manalo, Pasig, Rizal. 

Leon Manilagod, Cordoba, Cagayan. 

Municipal Committee, Alimodian, Iloilo. 

Municipal Committee, Anao, Tarlac. 

Municipal Committee, Bacolod, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Municipal Committee, Batac, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Municipal Committee, Ilagan, Isabela. 

Municipal Committee, Lazi, Oriental Ne- 
gros. 

Municipal Committee, Santo Nino, Caga- 
yan de Luzon. 

Municipal Committee, Tuao, Cagayan. 

Provincial Committee, Ilocos Norte. 

Fabian Suga, Arayat, Pampanga. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Eulogio Adona, Arayat, Pampanga. 
Lucas Apita, Juban, Sorsogon. 



Severino Basarino, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Demetria Boholst, Merida, Leyte. 

Reiriigio Cananan, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Antonio Cayetano, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Zenona Cruz, Pasig, Rizal. 

Pedro Domasig, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 

Anacleto Flores, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Serafin Gatuslao, Guimamaylan, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Alejandro Guardian, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Potenciana Guardian, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Teodoro Guarin, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Evaristo Guerrero, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Tomas Guevara, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Gregorio de Ibanas, Cadiz Nuevo, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

Damasa de Icarte, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Silvino Isidro, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Mariano Lapus, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Manuel Lasarte, Castillo, Sorsogon. 

Victoriano Lasgala, Castillo, Sorsogon. 

Hilarion Lasona, Castillo, Sorsogon. 

Bastilio Lazar, Castillo, Sorsogon. 

Francisco Lupan, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Juan Manlapig, Capas, Tarlac. 

Martin Mercado, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Alejandro Navarro, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Francisco Ortiz, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Toribio Patron, Cordoba, Cagayan. 

Narciso Manabo, Negros Oriental. 

Angel Puey Sagay, Bacolod, Occidental 
Negros. 

Luciano Sarce, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Lazaro Segovia, Mabalacat, Pampanga. 

Damaso Sotogan, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Cirilo Talavera, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Julian Valbuena, Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 

Sisenandro Valera, Bangued, Abra! 



VEGETABLES AND VEGETABLE SEEDS. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Victor Cruz, Balanga, Bataan. 
Andres Lazo, Bacana, Ilocos Norte. 
Leonardo Layosa, Castilla, Sorsogon. 
Felipe Mangupil, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Severo Parinas, Pidigan, Abra. 
Simeon Perez, Capiz, Capiz. 
Alejandro Ruiz, Argao, Cebu. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Filemon Albay, Murcia, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Teodoro Arias, Bucay, Abra. 
Roberto Arvela, Iloilo, Panay., 
Antonio Asino, Iloilo, Panay. 
Cenon Balbuena, Bangued, Abra. 
Pilar Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 



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Calixto Benedicto, Bangued, Abra. 

Bartolome Bersamira, Bangued, Attra. 

Romualdo Boholst, Merida, Leyte. 

Cirilo Briones, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Pablo Cabay, San Gregorio, Abra. 

Irene Ganlas, Angeles, Pampanga. 

Daniel Carbayosa, Calatrava, Occidental 
Negros. 

Tomasina Carro, Daan, Bantayan, Cebu. 

Jose M. Cervantes, San Carlos, Occidental 
Negros. 

Juan Detablan, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 

Cecilio Dofello, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Domingo Dollete, Dao, Antique, Panay. 

Emilio Dominguez, Mabulacat, Pampanga. 

Marcos Espinola, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Macario Fulteras, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Pedro Gonzales, Bucay, Abra. 

Fruto Lascana, Castillo, Sorsogon. 

Luis Lima, San Jose, Batangas. 

Daniel Luna, San Jose, Batangas. 

Carlos Magalona, Silay, Negros Occiden- 
tal. 

Gregorio Malines, San Emilio, Lepanto.. 

Maria M. de Mapo, Valladolid, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Juan A. Mitra, San Juan, Batangas. 

Mateo Mosana, Oquendo, Samar. 

Pedro Navarro, Bangued, Abra. 

Manuel Obsequio, Calbiga, Samar. 

Isabel Olavides, Merida, Leyte. 



Juan Palacios, Batangas. 

Isidoro Quijano, Naval, Leyte. 

Rafaela Ramos Santos, Mabalacat, Pam- 
pagna. 

Benito Reboredo, Baggao, Cagayan. 

Urbano de los Reyes, Pilar, Bataan. 

Manuel Salac, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Luis Salvacion, San Pascual, Burias 
Islands, Masbate. 

Simplicio Santa Ana, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Alberto Santo Espiritu, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Severo Scala, La Paz, Abra. 

Matias Taggabao, Baggao, Cagayan. 

Nicolas Tamayo, Victoria, Tarlac. 

Juan Tampulao, Baggao, Cagayan. 

Cecilio Tanedo, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Maria Tinging, Talisay, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Agaton Tongay, Concepcion, Talisay, Oc- 
cidental Negros. 

Narciso Torres, Bucay, Abra. 

Conchita Trullens, Bangued, Abra. 

Damian Tuano, Talisay, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Jose Valenzuela, Mangataren, Pangasi- 
nan. 

Remigia Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 

Felipe Villanueva, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 

Angel Yabson, Pasig, Rizal. 

Tomas Ysulat, Daao, Antique. 



TUBERS. 



HONORABLE MENTION. ' 

Santiago Alejandro, Bangued, Abra. 
Teodoro Balagtas, Calumpit, Bulacan. 
Victorio Ferrarit, Manapla, Occidental 
Negros. 



Isidro Ignacia, Merida, Leyte. 

Juan Imus, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Santiago Reyes, Silay, Occidental Negros. 

Albino Villarosa, Manila. 



CACAO. 



GRAND PRIZE. 
Juan Araneta, Maao, Occidental Negros. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Valeriano Climaco, Cebu, Cebu. 
C. Garcia, Sulipan, Apalit, Pampanga. 
Teogenes Quiaoit, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Alejandro Ruiz, Argao, Cebu. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Municipal Committee, San Remigio, An- 
tique, Panay. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Bernabe Agotibante, Calatrava, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Severino Agravante, Calatrava, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Alejo Coloso, Cabancalan, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Antonio Diestro, Calatrava, Occidental 
Negros. 

Jose Trullens, Bangued, Abra. 



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COFFEE. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Isaias Benjamin, Silang, Cavite. 
SILVER MEDAL. 

Juan A. Araneta, Maao, Occidental Ne- 

gros. 

Provincial Committee, Nueva Viscaya. 
Rueda Bros. "La Mariana," Manila. 
Alejandro Ruiz, Argao, C'ebu. 
Schuck Bros, Jolo, Sulu. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 



Ignacio Ambalada, Silang, Cavite. 
Luisa Ambalada, Silang, Cavite. 
Anselmo Bringas, Bangued, Abra. 
Valentin Tello, Tandug, Surigao, Min- 
danao. 
Mariano Torralva, Badoc, Ilocos Norte. 



COPRAX, 011,8 AND OIL SEEDS. 



GRAND PRIZE. 



Smith, Bell & Co., Manila. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Buenaventura Bunaguilida, Lilio, Laguna. 
Jose Villanueva, Lilio, Laguna. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 



Alipio Ikolina, 
Negros. 



Valladolid, Occidental 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Severa Arriegado, Daan, Bantayan, 
Cebu. 

Juan Baguial, Sevilla, Bohol. 

Nicolas Blanco, Paoay, Ilocos Norte. 

Temistocles Boholst, Merida, Leyte. 

Juan Cabanas, Guinan, Samar. 

Cristeta Carro, Daan, Bantayan, Cebu. 

Francisco Coyoca, Daan, Bantayan, Cebu. 

Buenaventura Dimaguilla, Lilio, Laguna. 

Basilic Ocaya, C'albiga, Samar. 

Leocadio Paglomutan, Ilocos Norte. 

Jaoquin Villadelgado, Ginigaran, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 



COLLABORATOR Department H, Group 84 and 95. Department J, 

Group 107 and 110. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 
Dr. Leon M. Guerrero, Manila. 



GROUP 87. FARINACEOUS PRODUCTS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Jose Arquiza, Laguna. 
Pedro Bernes, Pilar, C'apiz. 
Tomas Carino, Tayum, Abra. 



Augustin Elpa, San Gregorio, Abra. 
Exzequiel Ferrel, Banton, Romblon. 
Cipriano Jimenez, Saravia, Occidental 

Negros. 
Mariano Llanez, San Juan, Abra. 



GROUP 89. PRESERVED MEAT, FISH, VEGETABLES AND FRUIT. 

GOLD MEDAL. HONORABLE MENTION. 

Bonifas & Gonzales, Manila. Jose Andres, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 



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GROUP 90. SUGAR AND CONFECTIONERY CONDIMENTS AND 

RELISHES. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Alipio Akalina, Valladolid, Occidental 

Negros. 
Juan A. Araneta, Louisiana Estate, Maao, 

Occidental Negros. 
Agripino Atienzo, Capaz, Tarlac. 
Mariano V. Henson, Angeles, Pampanga. 
Inchausti & Co., Iloilo. 
Smith, Bell & Co., Cebu. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Go Ke Company, Manila. 

Go Tong, Manila. 

Pedro Jesus, Potrero, Pampanga. 

La Marina, Manila, Luzon. 

Manuel Martinez, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Ignacio Naval, Balanga, Bataan. 

Augustin Pagnio, Pilar, Bataan. 

Nicolas Paragas, Dagupan, Pangasinan. 

Teodorico Tecson, Jimamaylan, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Pedro Yulo, Binalbagan, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Estanislao Yusay, Occidental Negros. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Jose Chrisanto, Capaz, Tarlac. 

Fausto Brigido, Manila. 

Vicente Feliciano, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 

Fin del Siglo, Manila. 

Cosmo Garcia, Apalit, Pampanga. 

E. R. Lopez, Manila. 

Provincial Committee, Cagayan. 

Francisco Reyes, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Antonio Rosario, Balanga, Bataan. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Francisco Gray Abaya, Candon, Ilocos 

Sur. 

Fabiana Alikpala, San Luis, Batangas. 
Serafina Angeles, Mabalacat, Pampanga. 
Jose Arguelles, Batangas. 
Latina Banaria, Barotac Viejo, Iloilo. 
Jose Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 
Justa de Castro, Mabalacat, Pampanga. 
Maria Guadalupe Castro, Mabalacat, 

Pampanga. 
Juan Ceniza, Mandaue, Cebu. 



Tuco Chuna, Manila. 

Meliton Ciraycong, Murcia, Occidental 
Negros. 

Eustaquio Cortez, Mandaue, Cebu. 

Mariano Cortez, Concepcion, Tarlac. 

Juan Feraren, Bangued, Abra. 

Luis Fesalva, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

Gregoria Gloria, Balanga, Bataan. 

Go Ke Co. Manila. 

Baldomero Gonzaga, Angeles, Pampanga. 

Engracio Gonzales, Angeles, Pampanga. 

Maria Garcia Grullay, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Juan Guifuldon, Juban, Sorsogon. 

Carlota C. Henson, Angeles, Pampanga. 

J. P. Henson, Angeles, Pampanga. 

Lizarraga Hermanos, Manila. 

Juanario Lacson, Angeles, Pampanga. 

Magdalena Lacson, Angeles, Pampanga. 

Rosenda Lucerna, Hog, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Evaristo Maneja, Tovrijos, Tayabas. 

Felipe Mangupil, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Marcia y Palon, Ormoc, Leyte. 

Macario Mariano, Castilla, Sorsogon. 

M. Martinez, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Francisco Maravilla, Saravia, Negros Oc- 
cidental. 

*Martin Melavo, Tambubo Bago, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Isabel Mercado, Angeles, Pampanga. 

Atanacia Rivera de Mercedes, Mabalacat, 
Pampanga. 

Zoila y Marcelino Nepomuceno, Angeles, 
Pampanga. 

Jose Maria Palacios, Maao, Occidental 
Negros. 

Amado Panis, Murcia, Occidental Negros. 

Paula Pedmilla, Merida, Leyte. 

Fernando Quiaoit, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Rafael Ramos, Mabalacat, Pampanga. 

Santos Florencio Ramos, Mabalacat, Pam- 
panga. 

Jose Salamanca, San Roque, Cavite. 

E. E. Schneider, San Roque, Ambos Cam- 
arines. 

Fabiana Suye, Mandaue, Cebu. 

Teodosio Tecson, Himamaylan, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Pedro Tiopaco, San Fernando, Pampanga. 

Roberto Toledo, Florida Blanca, Pam- 
panga. 

Aurelia Torres, Angeles, Pampanga. 



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GROUP 92. WINKS AND BRANDIES. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Jose Abuel y Ragelio, Calape, Lucban. 
Tayabas. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Jose Abuel y Ragelio, Calape, Lucban. 
Tayabas. 



Eustaquio Agusin, Lopez, Tayabas. 
Buenaventura Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 
Fabian Benedicto, San Jose, Abra. 
Norberto Hidalgo, Dingras, Ilocos Norte. 
Ntfmeriano Macasieb, Lingayen, Pangasi- 

nan. 
Francisco del Mundo, Torrijos, Marin- 

duque. 

Pedro Reyes, Lingayen, Pangasinan. 
Jose M. Valero, Balanga, Bataan. 



GROUP 93. SYRUPS AND LIQUORS DISTILLED SPIRITS COM- 
MERCIAL ALCOHOL. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Ayala & Co., Manila. 
Tuason, Legarda & Co., Manila. 
Patricio Ubeda, Manila. 
Ynchausti & Co., Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
A. Zialcita, Manila. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Melchor Dumlao, Paoay, Ilocos Norte. 
Apolonio Garcia, San Enrique, Negros 

Occidental. 

Enrique Oducayan, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Fernando Quiaoit, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 
Florencio Sears, Bangued, Abra. 
A. Zialcita, Manila. 



BEST INSTALLATION. 



GOLD MEDAL. 
Ynchausti & Co., Manila. 



GROUP 94. FERMENTED BEVERAGES. 
COLLECTIVE EXHIBIT. 

GRAND PRIZE. 
San Miguel Brewery, Manila. 

GROUP 95. INEDIBLE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. 

FIBRES. 



GRAND PRIZE. 
Gov. B. Monreal, .Sorsogon. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Juan A. Araneta, Maao, Negros Occiden- 
tal. 
R. Cabionsa, Sorsogon. 



C'atalino Cascuas, Jagna, Bohol. 

Mariano Moreno Ramirez, Daet, Ambos 

Camarines. 

Municipal Committee, Daraga, Albay. 
Municipal Committee, Juban, Sorsogon. 
J. Mac Cleod & Co., Manila. 
Provincial Committee, Sorsogon. 
V. Singsong Encarnacion, Vigan, Ilocos 

Sur. 



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Smith, Bell & Co., Manila. 

Warner, Barnes & Co., Leyte, Bohol and 

Cebu. 

Warner, Barnes & Co., Legaspi, Albay. 
Ynchausty & Co., Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Roman Antonio, Alang-Alang, Leyte. 

Felix Aranas, Mambajao, Misamis, Min- 

. danao. 

Eleuterio Bumagat, Nagpartian, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Manuel Canete, Pastrana, Leyte. 

Telesforo Crisanto, Manila. 

Hilaria de la Cruz, Libog, Albay. 

Ensayo Mercantil, Jagua, Bohol. 

Nieves Damaraog, Maao, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Carlos Delanter, Leyte, Leyte. 

Potenciano Diestra, Occidental Negros. 

Eugenia Genoveza, Piat, Cagayan. 

Lorenzo Gran Cairo, Pambujan, Samar. 

Gregorio Ibanez, Cadiz, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Eusebia Joaquin, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Rufina de Kilayko, Talisay, Occidental 
Negros. 

Alejo Maga, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Florencio Magdaraog, Albay, Albay. 

Pedro Maravilla, Sarabia, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Mercantile Society, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Municipal Committee, Bacacay, Albay. 

Municipal Committee, Boac, Marinduque. 

Municipal Committee, Buhi, Ambos Cam- 
arines. 

Municipal Committee, Canag, Samar. 

Municipal Committee, Casiguran, Sorso- 
gon. 

Municipal Committee, Catarman, Samar. 

Municipal Committee, Culasi, Antique. 

Municipal Committee, Gasan, Marin- 
duque. 

Municipal Committee, Jagna, Bohol. 

Municipal Committee, Jaro, Iloilo. 

Municipal Committee, Laoag, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Municipal Committee, Lavezares, Samar. 

Municipal Committee, Madalag, Capiz, 
Panay. 

Municipal Committee, Pagsajan, Laguna. 

Municipal Committee, Paranas, Samar. 

Municipal Committee, Silay, Occidental 
Negros. 

Municipal Committee, Tolon, Oriental 
Negros. 

Juan Nerzosa, Batac, Ilocos., Norte. 

Provincial Committee, Ambos Camarines. 

Provincial Committee, Cebu. 

Provincial Committee, Masbate. 



Provincial Committee, Romblon. 

Provincial Committee, Occidental Negros. 

Ignacio Racimo, Piddig, Ilocos Norte. 

Severino Reyes, Cagayan, Misamis, Min- 
danao. 

Buenaventura Resales, Calbayog, Samar. 

Emeterio Serrano, Sorsogon. 

Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao, Min- 
danao. 

Silvina Quimbo, Calbiga, Samar. 

Augustin Villaflor, Hindang, Leyte. 

Juan Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Juan Aguilar, Tanjay, Oriental Negros. 

Severo Alejano, Occidental Negros. 

Valentin Balandra, Capiz, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Charles S. Banks, Maao, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Pio Cubel, Cabatuan, Iloilo, Panay. 

Pedro Gella, Pandan, Antique, Panay. 

Mateo Iranes, Manapla, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Rafael Lete, San Fernando, Union. 

Eulalio Marianas, Torrijos, Tayabas, 

Municipal Committee, Bolinao, Zambales. 

Municipal Committee, Bugason, Antique. 

Municipal Committee, Dumalog, Capiz. 

Municipal Committee, Dumangas, Iloilo. 

Municipal Committee, Murcia, Oriental 
Negros. 

Municipal Committee, Sta. Cruz de Mar- 
induque. 

Municipal Committee, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Municipal Committee, Zamboanga, Min- 
danao. * 

Hilaria Palermo, Maao, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Ceferino M. Pontebueno, Iloilo. 

Antonio Sans, Puerto Galera, Mindoro. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Roman Antonio, Alang-Alang, Leyte. 
Santos Abe-Abe, Mambajao, Mindanao. 
Adriano Acosta, San Antonio, Rio 

Grande, Mindanao. 
Crisostomo Agaza, Barugo, Leyte. 
Anastasio Austero, Abuyog, Leyte. 
Juan Arzao, Bacon, Sorsogon. 
Gregorio Aran, Mambajao, Misamis. 
Bernabe Ararao, Calape, Bohol. 
Felix Aranas, Mambajao, Misamis. 
Teleforo Crisanto, Manila. 
Pio Cubel, Cabatuan, Iloilo. 
Eusebia Dajugong, Hinuan, Leyte. 
Faustina Dafon, Ormos, Leyte. 
Florentino Cajelsot, Hinunangan, Leyte. 



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Valentin Cananan, Ibay, Capiz. 
Manuel Carete, Pastranam, Leyte. 
Catalino Casenas, Jagua, Bonol. 
Ramona Comacho, Mondragon, Samar. 
Vicente Flores, Hilongos, Leyte. 
Ceferino M. Fontbuena, Iloilo, Panay. 
Mateo Franco, Manpla, Occidental Ne- 

gros. 

Nicolasa Franco, Paoay, Ilocos Norte. 
Antonio Gatuslao, Murcia, Occidental Ne- 

gros. 

Lorenza Gran Cairo, Pambujan, Samar. 
B. Kabguin, Mambajao, Misamis. 
Cipriano Lagoscay, Lazo, Occidental Ne- 

gros. 

Apolonio Macamay, Mambajao, Cagayan. 
Alejo Maga, Catbalogan, Samar. 
Jacinto Mandia, Albuyog, Leyte. 
Eulalio Maranus, Torrijos, Marinduque. 
Pedro Maravilla, Saravia, Occidental Ne- 

gros. 



Segunda Martinez, Bacacay, Oriental Ne- 
gros. 

Maria Montilla, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Isidore Mora, Pambujan, Samar. 

Formosa Palmes, Maao, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Enrique Panan, Patnongon, Antique. 

Hilaria Paterno, Maao, Occidental Negros. 

Rufino de Paz, Abuyog, Leyte. 

Amacia Pedres, Valladolid, Occidental 
Negros. 

Emeterio Serrano, Sorsogon, Luzon. 

Sofronio Tarulbu, Valencia, Bohol. 

Ramon Tinsay, Baylon, Silay, Occidental 
Negros. 

Eusebia Torres, Maao, Occidental Negros. 

Francisco Tuig, Tanjay, Oriental Negros. 

Juan Verzoza, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Basilio Villaflor, Murcia, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 



INDIGO AND MEDICINAL PLANTS. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

John T. McLeod, Manila. 
Enrique Quema, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Juan Segovia, .Himamaylan, Occidental 
Negros. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Francisco Abelarde, Cadiz, Occidental 
Negros. 



Remigio Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 
Pedro Yulo, Binalbagan, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Vidal Horn, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 

H. Inson, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Liberio de Jesus, San Fernando, Pam- 

panga. 
Tomas Ledesma, Cabansulan, Occidental 

Negros. 

Lino Locson, Cadiz, Occidental Negros. 
B. Pais, Iloilo. 
Roberto Villabos, Torrijos, Marinduque. 



OILS AND OIL SEEDS. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Pedro Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 

Ladies' Committee, Gerona, Tarlac. 

Rafael Lete, San Fernando, Union. 

Pasiano Peruche, Nagpartian, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Ricardo Reyes, Mambajao, Misamis, Min- 
danao. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Jose M. Cervantes, San Carlos, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Pascual Raymundo, Zaragoza, Nueva 
Ecija. 



Juan Tanedo, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Pedro Valera, Bangued, Abra, Luzon. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Maximiano Acantilado, Paoay, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Timotea Acosta, Bangued, Abra. 

Valeria Andres, Merida, Leyte. 

Lorenzo Baile, Bangued, Abra. 

Manuel Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 

Francisco Bautista, Bangar, Union. 

Juan Bello, Magdalena, Laguna. 

Mariano D. Bello, Santa, Ilocos Sur. 

Alejo Calaza, Cabancalan, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 



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Gregoria Canosa, Almeria, Leyte. 
Eduardo Castellanos, Calatrava, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Felipe Claros, Paoay, Ilocos Norte. 
Casimira Empas, Almeria, Leyte. 
M. Fernandez, Gerona, Tarlac. 
Ramon Galindez, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 
Hernandez Garcia, Bohol. 
Diego Gloria, Banan, Batangas. 
Lucio Manzanares, Daan, Bantayan, Cebti. 
Celedonio Mastrado, Valencia, Bohol. 



Jose Olmos, Batangas. 

Agapito Pacaoinsis, San Enrique, Iloilo, 

Panay. 

Benigno Padilla, Sual, Pangasinan. 
Juan Rallonoza, Paoay, Ilocos Norte. 
Ventura Rogillo, San Pascual, Burias 

Islands, Masbate. 

Rev. Felipe Romero, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
Angel Santos, Capas, Tarlac. 
Nicolas Tamayo, Victoria, Tarlac. 



GROUP 96. USEFUL INSECTS AND THEIR PRODUCTS. PLANT 

DISEASES. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Division of Entomology (Bureau of Gov- 
ernment Laboratories), Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Charles S. Banks, Government Entomolo- 
gist, Manila. 

Division of Entomology (Bureau of Gov- 
ernment Laboratories), Manila. 

Division of Entomology (Bureau of Gov- 
ernment Laboratories), Manila. 

Ramon Murga, Puerto Princesa, Paragua. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Beiiito Alberto, Santo Nino, Cagayan, Lu- 
zon. 

Division of Entomology (Bureau of Gov- 
ernment Laboratories), Manila. 

Lucena Tanguilina, Tarlac, Tarlac. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Balabac Light House, Balabac, Paragua. 

David Genes, Castila, Sorsogon. 

Gabriela Crisostomo, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Division of Entomology (Bureau of Gov- 
ernment Laboratories), Manila. 

Escarrila Drug Store, Jaro, Iloiio. 

A. Florentino, Plaza Penzon, Manila. 

Eustasio Gonzaga, Leyte, Leyte. 

Rafael Jocson, Himamaylan, Occidental 
Negros. 

J. Ortega, San Fernando, Union. 

Valentin Semilla Guevara, Mariveles, Ba- 
taan. 

Moros Tiruray, Tamantaca, Mindanao. 

Pedro G. Vasquez, Himalayan, Negros 
Occidental. 

George Williamson, Zamboanga, Min- 
danao. 

Dr. William M. Walton, Aparri, Cagayan. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Charles S. Banks, Government Entomolo- 
gist, Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
Mateo Fernandez, Pura, Tarlac. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Teodoro Espinosa, Artist, Bureau of 
Government Laboratories, Manila. 

Willie C. M. Schultz, Assistant Entomolo- 
gist, Manila. 



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Department J Horticulture. 

GROUP 109. PLANTS OF THE CONSERVATORY. 



GRAND PRIZE. 
Manuel de Iriarte, Manila, Luzon. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Bureau of Agriculture, Manila. 
Governor Monreal, Sorsogon, Luzon. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Municipal Committee, Siniloan, Laguna. 
Senor Cardenas, Candaba, Pampanga. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Dr. Stafford, Manila. 

Jose Valenzuelo, Mangataren, Pangasi- 
nan. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Andres Acero, Siniloan, Laguna. 

Timotea Acosta, Bangued, Abra. 

Rafaela Ramos Angeles, Mabalacat, Pam- 
panga. 

Petronilo Arivaldo, San Rafael, Sorsogon. 

Juan H. Abiles, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 

Cenon Balbuena, Bangued, Abra. 

Ignacia Barcenias, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 

Ramon Bionogracia, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

C'ecilio Briones, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Municipal Committee, Cabangan, Zam- 
bales. 

Roman Canete, Mambajao, Mindanao. 

Jose M. Cervantes, San Carlos, Occiden- 
tal Negros. 

Severe del Corro, Daau, Batangas. 

Justo Cuaycong, Saravia, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

C. Daguillo, Tacloban, Sorsogon. 

Maria David, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Candida Domingo, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Emilio Dominguez, Mabalacat, Pampanga. 

Hermenegildo Domino, Bulusan, Sorso- 
gon. 

Leona Doniquil, Pto, Diaz, Sorsogon. 



Pedro Espanola, Dinalupijan, Bataan. 

Tomas Fragua, Magdalena, Sorsogon. 

Telesforo Francisco, San Vicente, Bulu- 
san, Sorsogon. 

Calixto Fullerd, San Vicente, Bulusan, 
Sorsogon. 

Pedro Funesto, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Julian Fungo, San Isidro, Magdalena, 
Sorsogon. 

Severe Galarosa, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Manuel Galeza, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Felix Gapas, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Ruperto Garote, Sta. Magdalena, Sorso- 
gon. 

Marcelo Habulan, Casiguran, SorSogon. 

Juan Habilito, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 

Telesforo Irago, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Manuel de Iriarte, Manila. 

Dionisio Leyba, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 

Mariano Llanesa, San Juan, Abra. 

Florencio Magdaraoag, Albay, Albay. 

Evaristo Maneja, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Isidro Manganaan, Tagudin, Ilocos Sur. 

Simona Manog, Basey, Samar. 

Telesforo Naga, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Capt. Offley, .U. S. A., Calapan, Mindoro. 

Domingo Pioquinto, Nueva Caceres, Cebu. 

Angel Puey, Sagay, Occidental Negros. 

Tomas Rago, Mambajao, Mindanao. 

Pascual Raymundo, Zaragoza, Nueva 
Ecija. 

Urbano de los Reyes, Pilar, Bataan. 

Ricardo Reyes, Mambajao, Mindanao. 

Victoriano Rodriguez, San Enrique, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

Mariano Rosa, Tabaco, Albay. 

Mamerto Rubirta, Dao, Antique. 

Telesforo Santiago, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Ruperto Sarmiento, Dalaguete, Cebu. 

Genoveva Tarcilla y Rubillos, Tacloban, 
Leyte. 

Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao. 

Luis Tomas, Daraga, Albay. 

Cassinao Torres, San Isidro, Pangasinan. 

Januario Torres, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Petronilo Ubaldo, Magdalena, Sorsogon. 

V. Valdehueza, Mambajao, Mindanao. 

Albino Villarosa, Tondo, Manila. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Department K- -Forestry. 

GROUPS 112, 113, 114. APPLIANCES AND PROCESSES USED IN 
FORESTRY. PRODUCTS OF THE CULTIVATION OF FORESTS 
AND FOREST INDUSTRIES. APPLIANCES FOR GATHERING 
WILD CROPS AND PRODUCTS OBTAINED. 

WOODS. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Forestry Bureau, Manila. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 



GOLD MEDAL. , 

Bureau of Government Laboratories. 
Timber Testing Laboratory. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Rev. Fr. Jose Algue, Manila. 
Tomas Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 
Juan Castel Caballero, Manila. 
B. W. Cadwallader & Co., Manila. 
Claro L. Evangelista, Guinayangan, Taya- 
bas. 



Gracio Gonzaga, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Juan Alvarez Guerra, Madrid, Spain. 
Ex-Gov. Julio Llorente, cebu. 
Rueda Hermanos, Manila. 
Gabriel Tavora, Agao, Union. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Joaquin M. Bayot, Masbate. 
Eugenio Genoveva, Piat, Cagayan. 
Gov. C. Joven, Bacolor, Pampanga. 
Juan de Juan, Manila. 
John T. McLeod, Manila. 
Antonio Minozo, Argao, Cebu. 
Gov. Monreal, Sorsogon. 
Lucio Ramos, Bangued, Abra. 
Gov. Santos, San Isidro, Nueva Ecija. 



FURNITURE. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Judge B. S. Ambler, Manila. 

City Government, Manila. 

Mena Crisologo, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Maximo Cruz, Manila. t 

Arsenio Cruz Herrera* Manila. 

Manuel de Iriarte, Manila. 

Judge W. F. Johnson, Manila. 

Florencio Jurado, Manila. 

Ramon Martinez, Manila. 

Luis Reyes, Manila. 

Juan Rodriguez, Manila. 

Mrs. Wm. H. Taft, Washington, D. C. 

Miss Mary Wolfson, Manila. 



SILVER MEDAL. 
Capt. Geo. P. Ahern, Manila. 



Rev. Fr. Jose Algue, Manila. 
American Book and News Co., Manila. 
Bureau of Forestry, Manila. 
Edgar O. Johnson, Manila. 
Eulalio Lacson, Talisay, Negros Occiden- 
tal. 

D. M. McChesney, Manila. 
Provincial Committee, Malolos, Bulacan. 
Clinton Smith, Washington, D. C. 
Supervisor Pangasinan Province. 

BRONZE MiSDAL. 

Dr. Jose Alemany, Manila. 

Lieut. John M. Flemister, Manila. 

C. Golden, Manila. 

Municipal Committee, Legaspi, Albay. 



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COLLECTION OF CANES. 



GOLD MEDAL. 
Juan Villamor, Abra. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Juan Coronel, San Fernando, Ambos 

Camarines. 

Gov. Monreal, Matnog, Sorsogon. 
Eber C. Smith, Manila. 
Narciso Torres, Bucay, Abra. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Justo Diaz, Cavite. 
Regino Garcia, Manila. 
Provincial Committee, Negros Occiden- 
tal. 
Provincial Committee, Paragua. 



GUTTAPERCHA, RESINS, RUBBERS, GUMS. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Juan A. Araneta Maao, Negros Occi- 
dental. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Bureau of Forestry, Manila. 
Municipal Committee, San Miguel, Bula- 
can. 



Bureau of Government Laboratories, Municipal Committee, Talisayan, Gaga- 



Manila. 

Municipal Committee, Cottabato, Min- 
danao. 

Ramon Murga, Puerto Princesa, Paragua. 

Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 



yan, Misamis. 
Captain Offley, Calapan, Mindora. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Municipal Committee, Sibalom, Antique, 
Panay. 



MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIONS. 



Woods, Canes, Rattan, Basts, Resins, Medicinal Plants, Fruits, Seeds, Barks 
Herbariums, Tannings, Dyeing, Etc. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Tomas Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 
Bureau of Agriculture, Manila. 
Bureau of Forestry, Manila. 
Municipal Committee, Bucay, Abra. 
Municipal Committee, Guimares, Iloilo, 

Panay. 

Rueda Hermanos, Manila. 
Antonio Sans, Puerto Galera, Marin- 

duque. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Felix Araguella, Santa Cruz, Marinduque. 
Tomas Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 
Board of Health, Bacoor, Cavite. 
Juan Habilito, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 
Antonio Minoza, Argao, Cebu. 
Vicente Lapres, Candaba, Pampanga. 
Rafael Lete, San Fernando, Union. 
Laureano Lubayan, Tanjay, Negros Oc- 
cidental. 



Liang Malecio, Catbalogan, Samar. 
Pascual Raymundo, Zaragoza, Nueva 
Ecija. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Lucas Acelejado, Laguna. 

Rufino Afungol, Paete, Laguna. 

M. Agcara, Balanga, Bataan. 

Adriano D. Agot, Baras, Riza'l. 

Juan Aguillo, Claveria, Cagayan. 

Mariano Ahunda, Virac, Catanduanes, Al- 

bay. 

Eduardo F. Albal, Dingras, Ilocos Norte. 
Eugenia Alday, Guinan, Samar. 
Severo Alejano, Hog, Negros Occidental. 
Vicente Alfuerto, Altimonan, Tayabas. 
Vicente Allerto, Antimonan, Tayabas. 
Gabriel Aluga, Masbate, Masbate. 
Luis Alvarez, Baras, Rizal. 
Rufino Amper, Anda, Bohol. 
Benito Ampong, Anda, Bohol. 
Jose Andres, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Siniloan Andres, Acero, Laguna. 

Candida Antonio, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Guijano Antonio, Pilar, Capiz. 

Santiago Apostal, San Quintin, Abra. 

Indalecio Arcangel, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Pedro Ardena, Capiz, Capiz. 

F. Arguelles, Santa Cruz, Marinduque. 

Jose Arquiza, Laguna. 

Rosario A. Aviles, Binangonan, Pam- 
panga. 

Roque Baguen, Bangued, Abra. 

Pablo Bagui, Paete, Laguna. 

Jose Baisaz, Paete, Laguna. 

Presidente Balanay, Villaviciosa, Abra. 

Sr. Balaoag, Danglas, Tayum, Abra. 

Cirilo Balaos, Casanayan, Capiz. 

Bonifacio Balbalosa, Siniloan, Laguna. 

Juan Banauro, Pilar, Abra. 

P. T. Barnes, Masbate, Masbate. 

Mariano Barranedas, Lopez, Tayabas. 

Dr. Jose Bastida, Davao, Mindanao. 

Ladies' Committee, Batac, Ilocos Sur. 

Francisco Bautista, Bangar, Union. 

Agustin Belisario, Bangued, Abra. 

Mariano Bello, Bucay, Abra. 

Pablo Bereber, Pontevedra, Capiz, Panay. 

Pablo Bermales, Bucay, Abra. 

Adriano Bermudez, Bucay, Abra. 

Cipriano Bernido, Anda, Bohol. 

Eugenic Blanco, Maao, Negros Occiden- 
tal. 

Bonifacio Borromeo, Pamplona, Cagayan. 

Adriano Borja, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. 

Bonifacio Borromeo Pamplona, Cagayan. 

Bourns & Edelmeir, Quinobatan, Mas- 
bate. 

P. E. Burns, Abulug, Cagayan. 

Manabo Busque, Bangued, Abra. 

Rosenda Cabionsa, Irosin, Sorsogon. 

Felipe Calderon, Manila. 

Francisco Cana, Isio, Negros Occidental. 

Felix Capas, Bulusan, Sorsogon. 

Martin Castrudes, Anda, Bohol. 

Sabino Celis, Batangas. 

Jose M. Cervantes, San Carlos, Negros 
Occidental. 

Maria Cinco, Angat, Bulacan. 

Epifanio Consing, Cadiz, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

Marcos Constantino, Torrijos, Marin- 
duque. 

Mariano Corroon, Imus, Cavite. 

Zenona Cruz, Pasig, Rizal. 

Victor Cruz, Balanga, Bataan. 

Isidoro Cuchay, San Quintin, Abra. 

Municipal Committee, Cuyapo, Nueva 
Ecija. 

Dioniso Dario, Claveria, Cagayan. 

Gregorio Deloso, Anda, Bohol. 

Villamore Deloy, Anda, Bohol, 

Manuel Diamante, San Mateo, Rizal. 

Potenciano Diguanco, Mariquina, Rizal. 



Amio Domia, Montular, Sorsogon. 

Hermenegilda Domino, Bulusan, Sorso- 
gon. 

Deogracias Dumoal, Bangued, Abra. 

Rosalio Eduarte, Dolores, Abra. 

Augustin Elpa, San Gregorio, Abra. 

Gregorio Escuarda, Baybay, Leyte. 

Gregorio Evangelista, Nakalang, Maao, 
Negros Occidental. 

Genaro Evaristo, Dupax, Nueva Viscaya. 

Silverstre Figuerea, Calbiga, Samar. 

Santiago Figueroa, Villareal, Samar. 

Francisco Flores, Mabatan, Bataan. 

Ceferino Fontebuena, Tabucan, Iloilo. 

Feliciana Frani, Leyte, Leyte. 

Antonio Garis, Oriental Negros. 

Subig S. Garcia, Zambales. 

Catalino Garingalas, Guimpal, Capiz. 

Eugenia Genovea, Piat, Cagayan. 

Maj. E. F. Glenn, Plattsburg. 

Severe Goltiano, Anda, Bohol. 

Antonio Gonzaga, Ginigaran, Negros Oc- 
cidental. 

Gonsalo Granados, Laguna. 

Lorenzo de Gran Cairo, Pambujan, Sa- 
mar. 

Hilarion Guillemo, Pavia, Iloilo. 

Guillermo Guzman, Bangued, Abra. 

Alfred Henert, Manila. 

Jose P. Henson, Angeles, Pampanga. 

E. H. Hereford, Bongabon, Mindoro. 

Percy A. Hill, Calbiga, Samar. 

Sarafin Himanaglan, Satuslao, Negros Oc- 
cidental. 

Geronimo Hugo, Casiguran, Sorsogon. 

Peregrin Iboa, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Juan Ignacio, Nagpartian, Ilocos Norte. 

Domingo Ikasan, San Emilio, Lepanto- 
Bontoc. 

Arcadio Imperial, San Emilio, Lepanto- 
Bontoc. 

Severe Jamera, Loreto, Surigao. 

Leocadio Javier, Baggao, Cagayan. 

Pedro de Jesus, Potrero, Pampanga. 

Rafael Jocson, Jimaylan, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

R. E. Jones, Cebu. 

J. E. Kirtland, Penaranda, Nueva Ecija. 

Capt. Henry Knauber, Balanga, Bataan. 

Mr. Korozki, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 

Cipriano Lagazca, Oriental Negros. 

Pascual Lagne, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Juan Lapradillo, Tambubo, Bago, Negros 
Occidental. 

Cipriano Lazo, Lagazcay, Negros Orien- 
tal. 

Leon Legaspi, Maao, Negros Occidental. 

Manuel Letrasa, Nacalang, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

Li Kim Sui, Manila. 

Mariano Llama, San Juan, Abra. 

Melecio Llama, Catbalogan, Samar. 



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San Juan Liana, San Juan, Abra. 
Juan Lopez, Calasiao, Pangasinan. 
Bustaquio Maguinano, Anda, Bohol. 
Municipal Committee, Mangatarem, Pan- 
gasinan. 
Felipe Mangupil, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Gregorio Flor Mata, Lingayen, Pangasi- 
nan. 

Juan Mendoza, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Agaton Molina, Laguna, Abra. 

Ildefonso Monfort, Murcia, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

Patricio Mora, Palo, Leyte. 

Francisco del Mundo, Torrijos, Marin 
duque. 

Ramon Murga, Puerto Princesa, Paragua. 

Doroteo Nepomuceno, Bacon, Sorsogon. 

Anastacio Neri, Cagayan, Misamis. 

Tirso Neri Roa, Cagayan, Cagayan. 

Mateo Nosano, Oquendo, Samar. 

Cererino Nuestro, Iloilo, Laguna. 

Manuel Obsequio, Calbiga, Samar. 

Basilio Ocayo, Calbiga, Samar. 

Jose Olmos, Lobo, Batangas. 

Brigide Osena, Lopez, Tayabas. 

Benigno Padilla, Sual, Pangasinan. 

Anaclete Paguio, Pilar, Bataan. 

Ceferino Palabrica, Pototan, Iloilo, Panay. 

Juan Palacios, Batangas. 

Santiago Palmos, Isio, Negros Occidental. 

Espiritu Paraiso, Bangued, Abra. 

Severe Parinas, Pidigan, Abra. 

Zacarias de la Paz, Bucay, Abra. 

Ruiz Pedro, Guyabamo, Ilocos Norte. 

Mamerto Penaflor, Torrijos, Marinduque. 

Abraham Peralta, Dingras, Ilocos Norte. 

Domingo Petropez, San Pascual, Burias, 
Masbate. 

A. J. Pfaffenbauer, Manila, P. I. 

Domingo Pioquinto, Nueva Caceres, Ce- 
bu. 

Angel Puey Sagay, Bocolod, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

Manuel Quinora, Torrijos, Marinduque. 

Ciriao Quinto, Torrijos, Marinduque. 

Rosalio Quinto, Torrijos, Marinduque. 

Proceso Racho, Balilijan, Anda, Bohol. 

Maxima Ramirez Hilongos, Leyte. 

Vicente Ramos, Bangued, Abra. 

Eugenic Realeza, Siniloan, Laguna. 

Estaban Reyes, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Francisco Reyes, Arayat, Pampanga. 

Ricardo Reyes, Mambajao, Misamis. 



Santiago Reyes, Saravia, Negros Occiden- 
tal. 

Tomas Reyes, Lilio, Laguna. 

Urbano de los Reyes, Pilar, Bataan. 

Gregorio Ricamata, Torrijos, Marinduque. 

Emeterio Rico, Claveria, Cagayan. 

Leon Rigonan, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Mariano Riosa, Tabaco, Albay. 

Bernardino Robles, Caridad Bago, Ne- 
gros Occidental. 

Victorino Rondima, Torrijos, Marin- 
duque. 

Maria de la Rosa, Marilao, Bulacan. 

Buenaventura Resales, Calbayog, Samar. 

A. Rosario, Binanganan, Infanta, Taya- 
bas. 

Francisco Rubin, Abuyog, Leyte. 

M. Saktao, Mambajao, Misamis. 

Julian Samson, Makakato, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

Ruperto Sarmiento, Dalaguete, Cebu. 

Florencio Sears, Bangued, Abra. 

Valentin Semilla, Mariveles, Bataan. 

Hilarion Simasio, Anda, Bohol. 

G. Sividal, Lingayen, Pangasinan. 

Dr. L. A. B. Street, Manila. 

Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao. 

Ismael Tason, La Paz, Abra. 

Trinidad P. de Tavera, Manila. 

Tomas Torres, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Garces Torres, Ormoc, Leyte. 

Bernardino Valdez, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Jose Valensuela, Mangatarem, Pangasi- 
nan. 

Dolores Valera, Bangued, Abra. 

Ruperto Vallereis, Casamayan, Capiz. 

Fermin Verdera, Lopez, Tayabas. 

Francisco Vergel de Dios, Angat, Bula- 
can. 

Saquin Vicente, Penablanca, Cagayan. 

Mariano Vico, Lubo, Batangas. 

Francisco Vigente, Lopez, Tayabas. 

Luis Villadelgado, Sibalon, Antique. 

Gregorio Villaflor, Calatrava, Negros Oc- 
cidental. 

Ruperto Vilareis, Casangan, Capiz. 

Santiago S. Villanueva, Llana-Hermosa, 
Bataan. 

A. D. White, Fort McKinley, Manila, Lu- 
zon. , 

Pablo Yamson, Vallaclolid, Negros Occi- 
dental. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



COLLABORATORS. 



GRAND PRIZE. 
Bureau of Forestry, Manila. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Berry Bros., Detroit, Mich. (Varnishes.) 

Ralph C. Bryant, Manila. 

Dr. Leon M. Guerrero, Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
D. Rafael Lete, San Fernando, Union. 



Elmer D. Merrill, Manila. 

A. Schwartz, Manila. 
Jose Villapol, Manila. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

W. W. Clark, Manila. 

B. F. DeVore, Manila. 

C. L. Hoover, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
T. J. Pifford, Manila. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



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Department L Mines and Metallurgy. 

GROUPS 115 AND 116. WORKING OF MINES, ORB BEDS AND 

STONE QUARRIES. MINERALS AND STONES, AND 

THEIR UTILIZATION. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Mr. Balbas, Mancayan, Lepanto. 
Bulacan Province. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Maria Altesa Fernando, Angat, Bu- 
lacan. 

Batan Coal Mines, Liguan, Batan Islands, 
Albay. 

Los Banos Improvement Co., Los Banos, 
Laguna. 

Municipality Binangonan, Rizal. 

The Mining Bureau, Manila. 

Mariano Moreno Ramirez, Paracale, Am- 
bos, Camarines. 

Municipal Committee, C'ompostela, Cebu. 

Policarpio Lacuna, Penaranda, Nueva 
Ecija. 

C. A. Pettit, Suyoc, Lepanto, Bontoc. 

Francisco Sanz, Romblon. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Antique Province. 

Bias Mine, Paracale, Ambos, Camarines. 

Bourns & Edelmeier, Tokbo, Masbate. 

Mateo Cadapan, Paete, Laguna. 

Sisto Calapin, Nagpartian, Ilocos Norte. 

Galena King Mine, Cebu. 

John Hansen, Baguio, Benguet. 

L. L. Hill, Cebu. 

James J. Kelly, Gold Creek, Benguet. 

Urbano Lacuna, Penaranda, Nueva Ecija. 

Gov. Leandro Locsin, Bacolod, Negros 
Occidental. 

Mabtung Mine, Gold Creek, Benguet. 

Meade, Fuster & Maryott, Bued River, 
Benguet. 

Misamis Province. 

Municipality Mangatarem, Pangasinan. 

Municipal Com., Paracale, Ambos, Cama- 
rines. 

Municipality San Miguel, Bulacan. 

T. E. Newcomb, Suyoc, Lepanto-Bontoc. 

Pedro Otayco, Angat, Bulacan. 

K. W. Paschke, Cagayan, Misamis. 

Nels Peterson, Bued River, Benguet. 

Provincial Committee, Union. 

Rizal Province. 



C. Rocamora, Boloc, Barili, Cebu. 
Royal Mine, Suyoc, Lepanto-Bontoc. 
San Augustin, Cebu. 
San Estaban, Ilocos Sur. 
Mariano Santiago, Angat, Bulacan. 
Mariano Suares, Angat, Bulacan. 
Surigao Province. 

The Suyoc Igorrotes, Lepanto-Bontoc. 
Pedro Valera, Angat, Bulacan. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Anaconda Mine, Suyoc, Lepanto-Bontoc. 

Barrio Bato-Belani, Paracale, Ambos, 
Camarines. 

J. E. Caffney, Suyoc, Lepanto. 

Carlos & Bros., San Miguel, Bulacan. 

F. Cochran, Guinobatan, Albay. 

Concha & Bros., San Miguel, Bulacan. 

Eureka Mine, Suyoc, Lepanto. 

Gray Horse Mine, Bued River, Benguet. 

Edward Grimn, Batnong, Benguet. 

Adriano Hernandez, Silay, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Geo. M. Icard, Mancayan, Lepanto. 

Estanislao Jusay, Silay, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

H. Leonard, Mancayan, Lepanto. 

Masbate Province. 

Municipality Dumalog, Capiz. 

Municipal Committee, Laoang, Samar. 

Municipality Suyoc, Lepanto. 

Antonio M. Pabalan, Manila. 

Pangasinan Province. 

Alfonso Ramos, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Santa Catalina, Ilocos Sur. 

Sotero Viray, Tarlac. 

Valentin Wilson, Paracale, Camarines. 

Albert P. Wright, Suyoc, Lepanto. 

Capt. R. Yanguas, Suyoc, Lepanto. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Hilarion Alegrado, Lobo, Batangas. 
Julio Alit, Murcia, Occidental Negros. 
Alejandro Angeles,. Ibajay, Capiz. 
Vicente Atienza, Paracale, Ambos Cam- 
arines. 

Balmeria Mine, Batnong, Benguet. 
Fructuoso Belleza, Villavieja, Abra. 
M. Broderick, Gold Creek, Benguet. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Sala Bunnigas, Pandan, Abra. 

Bureau of Government Laboratories, 
Manila. 

Pancracio Calilan, Nagpartian, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Juan Camillac, Baggao, Cagayan. 

Mr. C'ayalo, Danglas, Abra. 

R. Cebegudo, Leo Taxil Mines, Paracale, 
Ambos, Camarines. 

T. C. Chase, Salasy, Antique. 

H. C. Clyde, Antomok, Benguet. 

J. J. Collins, Manaog, Paracale, Ambos 
Camarines. 

Pedro Cuaton, Calape, Bohol. 

Don Feliz David, Bacolor, Pampanga. 

Day Dawn Mine, Masbate. 

Miguel Dollentes, Sorsogon. 

Leocadio Domasig, Puerto Diaz, Sorso- 
gon. 

Serapio Dones, Puerto Diaz, Sorsogon. 

Anastacio Rmeris, Placer, Masbate. 

J. Fernandez, Peracale, Ambos Cama- 
rines. 

Pedro Ferrer, Milagro, Masbate. 

Lucio Flores, Angat, Bulacan. 

Manuel Friarse, Angat, Bulacan. 

J. E. Gaffney, Copper Edge Mine, Man- 
cuyan, Lepanto. 

Alejandro Gannaban Cordoba, Cagayan. 

Telesforo Garalde, Nagpartian, Ilocos 
Norte. 

Alvaro Garcia, Nagpartian, Ilocos Norte. 

Esteben Garcia, Misamis, Mindanao. 

Carlos Gernora, Hog, Occidental Negros. 

Eugenio Genovesa, Piat, Cagayan. 

J. S. Gillies, Paracale, Ambos Camarines. 

John S. Gillies, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 

N. F. Hale, Bagtangan, Benguet. 

J. D. Hartwell, Acupan, Benguet. 

Percy A. Hill, Calbiga, Samar. 

J. G. Holcomb, Manila. 

T. K. Hunt, Suyoc, Lepanto. 

Juan Ignacio, Nagpartian, Ilocos Norte. 

Perry James, Antomok, Benguet. 

Juno Mine, Mancayan, Lepanto. 

Lantad Barrio, Lantad, Malonit, Ambos 
Camarines. 

Faustino Laprades, San Antonio, Laguna. 

Palometan Leocadio, Escalante, Occi- 
dental Negros. 

Cosme Lingayen, Cagayan. 

Mabato Barrio, Mabato, Ambos Cama- 
rines. 

J. C. McDonald, Batnog, Benguet. 



Juan Magallanes, Aroroy, Masbate. 

Malate Mine, Batnog, Benguet. 

Gabriel Manangod, Cordoba, Cagayan. 

Leon Manangod, Cordoba, Cagayan. 

Pedro Maravilla, Occidental Negros. 

J. E. Margott, Bued River, Benguet. 

Leon Medina, Calatrava, Occidental Ne- 
gros. 

Juan Meliton, Ibajay, Capiz, Panay. 

Mr. Michael, Wabash Mine, Mancayan, 
Lepanto. 

Modesto Moos, Nagpartian, Ilocos Norte. 

John Muller, Baldel Mine, Mancuyan, 
Lepanto. 

Jose Munoz, Negros Oriental. 

J. J. Murphy, Buel River, Benguet. 

Charles Nathurst, Suyoc, Lepanto. 

J. Nepomuceno & Co., Angeles, Pampan- 
ga. 

Manuel Obsequio, Cavilga, Samar. 

Basilio Ocaya, G'abilga, Samar. 

Captain Offley, Mindoro. 

Ohio & North Pole Mine, Mancuyan, Le- 
panto. 

Governor Ortega, Union. 

K. W. Paschke, Cagayan. 

Philippine Mining Syndicate, Paracale, 
Camarines. 

Diogenes Quiaoit, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Rosalio Quinto, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

John Henry Reader, Suyoc, Lepanto. 

J. F. Reavis, Antamok, Benguet. 

Doroteo Rodriguez, Paragua. 

E. T. Roper, Batnog, Benguet. 

Clemente Roque, San Miguel, Bulacan. 

Eduarte Rosalia, Dolores, Abra. 

Angel Santiago, Angat, Bulacan. 

Pasquel Servera, Paracale, Camarines. 

Valentin Semilla Gueverra, Mariveles, 
Bataan. 

G. W. C. Sharp, Antique, Panay. 

Smith, Bell & Co., Toledo, Cebu. 

Sociedad Minera, Paracale, Camarines. 

Don P. Somoza, Paracale, Camarines. 

Manuel Soriano, Pontevedra, Cagayan. 

Cecilia Sudela, Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 

Juan Tabisaura, Cordoba, Cagayan. 

Tecson & Bros., San Miguel, Bulacan. 

Valentino Tello, Tandag, Surigao. 

Narciso Torres, Bucay, Abra. 

Joe Turrell, Acupan, Benguet. 

J. Unson, Pagsahan, Laguna. 

Apolinario Villarioz, Calasgas, Occi- 
dental Negros. 



COIvIv ABOR ATORS . 



SILVER MEDAL. 



Oscar Halvorsen, Batan Coal Mines, Al- 
bay. 



Lt. H. L. Wigmore, Batan Coal Mines, 
Albay. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



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Department M Fish and Game. 

GROUP 120 AND 121. HUNTING EQUIPMENT PRODUCTS OF 

HUNTING. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Trinidad de Ayala, Manila. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 
Mariano Raymundo, Morong, Rizal. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Mateo Fernandez, Tarlac. 
Charles L. Hall, St. Louis. 
Simon Harris, Manila. 
Geo. P. Linden, Philadelphia. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 

Jose Bello, Santa, Ilocos Sur. 
P. E. Burns, Abulung, Cagayan. 
Gov. Juan Cailles, Laguna. 
Victor Cruz, Bataan. 
Escarilla Drug Store, Jaro, Iloilo. 

C. B. Etsler, Gasan, Marinduque. 
Percy A. Hill, Calbiga, Samar. 
Ladies' Committee, Leyte. 

Ladies' Committee, Sta. Rita, Pampan- 
ga. 

Lt. G. R. Madden, U. S. N., San Fran- 
cisco. 

Gustavo Niederlein, Philadelphia. 

W. O. Owen, Manila. 

Quartermaster Depot, Manila. 

D. Rodriguez & Sons, Calamianes, Par- 
agua. 

Benito Soriano, Tarlac. 
L. A. B. Street, Manila. 
Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Catalino Abueg, Rosario, C'avite. 
Pedro Ardenas, Capiz. 
Antonio Aurora, Baggao, Cagayan. 
Agustin Baoa, San Emilio, Lepanto. 
Romualdo Boholts, Merida, Leyte. 



D. E. A. Bullon, Manila. 

Manuel Xerez Burgos, Manila. 

F. Carruthers, Jolo. 

S. S. Carruthers, Pasig, Rizal. 

Esteben Cruz, Pasig, Rizal. 

Tomas de la Cruz, Casanayan, Capiz. 

Arturo Dancel, Pasig, Rizal. 

Amador Delfin, Naval, Leyte. 

Posidio Delgado, Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 

Rosalio Eduarte, Dolores, Abra. 

F. Gardoqui, Bacolor, Negros Occidental. 

A. R. Hager, Manila. 

Arcadio Imperial, San Emilio, Lepanto. 

Juan Imus, Tarlac. 

Agsano de Kahming, San Emilio, Lepanto. 

Henry Kleinwoth, Manila. 

Matea Laplagio, Bato, Leyte. 

Pedro Lasan, Solana, Cagayan. 

Marcelo Ledesma, Valladolid, Negros Oc- 
cidental. 

Ceferino de Leon, Manila. 

Gregorio Malines, San Emilio, Lepanto. 

Observatory of Manila, Manila. 

Capt. Offley, U. S. A., Calapan, Mindoro. 

Feliz Puno, Tarlac. 

Estanislao Reyes, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Sabas Rigonan, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Filoteo Rivera, Escalante, Negros Ori- 
ental. 

Manuel Salac, Tarlac. 

R. Schneidewind, Manila. 

H. R. Spencer, Manila. 

Ildefonso Tambunting, Manila. 

Cecilio Tanedo, Tarlac. 

Genaro Tanjoco, Manila. 

Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao, Min- 
danao. 

Narciso Torres, Bucay, Abra. 

Van Nenys, Canabanatuan, Nueva Ecija. 

Eristero Varela, Bangued, Abra. 

Geo. W. Vilain, Manila. 

Juan Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 

Sorero Viray, Tarlac. 

A. D. White, Ft. Wm. McKinley, Manila. 



COLLABORATORS. 



Mateo Fernandez, Tarlac. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Julius Hurter, St. Louis. 



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GROUP 122 AND 123. FISHING EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCTS- 
PRODUCTS OF FISHERIES. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Jose F. Quadras, Manila. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 



GOLD MEDAL. 
Permanent Museum, Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Eufemia de Abaya, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

C. B. Etsler, Gasan, Marinduque. 
Mateo Fernandez, Gerona, Tarlac. 
Pedro A. Paterno, Manila. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Rev. Fr. Jose Algue, Manila. 
Bureau of Agriculture, Manila. 
Narciso Dison, Orani, Bataan. 
Gregorio Escario, Batayan, Cebu. 
Ambrosio Evangelista, Candaba, Pam- 

panga. 

Bernardino Jalandoni, Negros Occidental. 
Fulgencio Matias, Santa Ana, Pampanga. 
Gov. Edw. I. Miller, Paragua. 
Gov. Monreal, Barcelona, Sorsogon. 
Gustavo Niederlein, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Manuel Obsequio, Calbiga, Samar. 
Gov. Offley, Calapan, Mindoro. 
Gregorio Pablo, Gasan, Marinduque. 
Gregorio P. D. Pablo, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Esteban Quinto, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Diego Reyes, Candaba, Pampanga. 
Marciano Saldana, Samal, Bataan. 
Manuel Soriano, Pontevedra, Capiz. 
Macaria Tanedo, Tarlac. 
Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao. 
Ruperto Villasies, Casanayan, Capiz. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Catalino Abeto, Binalbagan, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

D. L. Adam, Culasi, Antique, Panay. 
Severe Alejano, Negros Occidental. 
Justo Almucera, Sta Fe, Cebu. 
Mariano Alvarez, Noveleta, Cavite. 
Vicente Alvarez, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 
Inocente Andrade, Oquendo, Samar. 
Gervacio Anibe, Leyte. 

Alfred Arnold, Apalit, Pampanga. 
Epifanio Arreo, Apalit, Pampanga. 
Isaac Aurelio, Binalbagan, Negros Occi- 
dental. 



Bernardino Avellana, Negros Occidental. 

Rosario A. Aviles, Bingangan, Tayabas. 

Jose Baisar, Paete, Laguna. 

Tomas Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 

Braulio Barbasa, Manila. 

Fruto Barbon, Cadiz Viejo, Negros Oc- 
cidental. 

Francisco Bautista, Union. 

Jose Bello, Santa, Ilocos Sur. 

Adriano Bermudez, Abra. 

Antonio Bernal, Santa Rita, Samar. 

Patricio Braulio, Pilar, Capiz. 

Felipe Bravo, Casanayan, Capiz. 

Geromino N. Caino, Badajoz, Romblon. 

Medeo Captacio, Pampanga. 

Tomas Carsino, Tayum, Abra. 

Lucas Catalan, Iloilo, Panay. 

Eugenio Caulas, Santo Tomas, Pampan- 
ga. 

Filomena Cruz, Hinongos, Leyte. 

Tomas de la Cruz, Casanayan, Capiz. 

Lazaro Danao, San Enrique, Negros, Oc- 
cidental. 

Pio Daria, Bucay, Abra. 

Celestino Delantar, Leyte, Leyte. 

Roman Delgado, Valladolid, Negros Oc- 
cidental. 

Candida Domingo, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Candida Doris, Candon, Ilocos Sur. 

Pascual Drez, Pangasinan. 

Ciriaco Duel, Tanjay, Negros Occidental, 

Daniel Dumalao, Paoay, Ilocos Norte. 

Rosario Eduarte, Dolores, Abra. 

Agustin Elpa, San Gregorio, Abra. 

Genaro Evaristo, Dupax, Nueva Vizcaya. 

Alvaro Fegantura, Guimbal, Iloilo. 

H. B. Fernald, Tuguegarao, Catrayan. 

Pascual Firmeza, Binalbagan, Negros Oc- 
cidental. 

Maria Gabriel, Angat, Bulacan. 

Raymundo Gabriel, Angat, Bulacan. 

Elias Garcia, San Isidro, Nueva Ecija. 

Esteban Garcia, Cagayan, Misamis. 

Lino Garcia, Santo Rosario, Pampanga. 

Catalino Garingalac, Guimbal, Iloilo. 

Graciano Gonzaga, Manila. 

Juan Gumalaoi, Nagpartian, Ilocos Norte. 
te. 

Manuel Guimora, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Gil Guirante, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

N. de Guzman, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Juan Ignacio, Nagpartian, Ilocos Norte. 

Pascual Lagan, San Vicente, Apalit, Pam- 
panga. 

Andres Lagman, Minalin, Pampanga. 

Pedro Lague, Apalit, Pampanga. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



139 



M. Laktaw, Mambajao, Misamis. 

Martin Ledesma, Pilar, Capiz. 

Jacinto de Leon, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Manuel Letreso, Nakalang, Maao, Negros 
Occidental. 

Melencio Liana, Catbalogan, Samar. 

Mariano Llanesa, San Juan, Abra. 

Buenaventura Lola, Villareal, Samar. 

Mariano Lozano, Buenavista, Iloilo. 

Mateo Lozana, Oquendo, Samar. 

Pascual Lugui, San Vicente, Pampanga. 

John T. McLeod, Manila. 

Bonifacio Madrilejos, Romblon. 

Thos. J. Mair, Pampanga. 

Pedro Malingas, Badajoz, Romblon. 

Evaristo Maneja, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Cornelia Martin, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Rufino Martinez, Libog, Albay. 

Hilarion Martir, Tambubo, Bago, Negros 
Occidental. 

Jose Medina, Masbate. 

Gov. Monreal, Irosin, Sorsogon. 

Feliciano del Mundo, Tayabas. 

Antonio Munoz, Catba\ogan, Samar. 

Ariston Muro, Guiuan, Samar. 

Mariano Nuguit, Liana- Hermosa, Bataan. 

Basilio Ocaya, Calbiga, Samar. 

Hipolito Ocena, Tagua, Bohol. 

Geronimo Odang, Samar. 

Ramona Olmos, Batangas. 

Camila Padilla, Sual, Pangasinan. 

Melecio Padilla, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Pedro Padilla, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Santiago Palmos, Isib, Negros Occidental. 

Rita Pangan, Porac, Pampanga. 

Pedro Pania, La Paz, Tarlac. 

Antonio Panyon, Hog, Negros Occidental. 

Severe Parinas, Pidigan, Abra. 

Francisco de Pasion, Paric, Samar. 

Jose Payson, Manapla, Negros Occiden- 
tal. 

Felipe Pazio, Claveria, C'agayan. 

Bugenio Penzon, San Miguel, Manila. 

Vicente Perolles, Tambubo, Bago, Negros 
Occidental. 

Lucas Perras, Bucay, Abra. 

Cesario Pingat, Malaneg, Cagayan. 

Domingo Pioquinto, Nueva Caceres, Cebu. 

Eugenio Plata, San Miguel, Manila. 

Provincial Prison, Negros Occidental. 

C. Pulido, Santa Maria, Cagayan. 

Vicente Quinanpit, Bauan, Union. 

Paulino Quisumling, Capiz. 

Ruperto R. Ragas, Maasin, Leyte. 

Juan Rapal, Cajidiocan, Subulan, Negros 
Oriental. 

Paulino Raya, Balanga, Bataan. 



Macelo Raygudo, Bucal, Tayabas. 

Doroteo Realeza, Siniloan, Laguna. 

Baldomero Regino, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Praxedes Regis, Hilongos, Leyte. 

Dalmacia Reyes, Galamba, Laguna, 

Diego Reyes, Candaba, Pampanga. 

Estanislao Reyes, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 

Felipe Reynoso, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Mariano Riosa, Tabaco, Albay. 

Gregorio Rivasimonte, Torrijos, Tayabas. 

Doroteo Rodriguez, Calamianes, Min- 
doro. 

S. Rodriguez, Binalbagan, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

Lorenzo Roque, Bulan, Sorsogon. 

Emma R. Ross, Manila. 

Gregorio Sabana, Cabalian, Leyte. 

Jose Salamanca, San Roque, Cavite. 

Aniceto Salinas, Hinunangan, Leyte. 

Samal Moros, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 

Rev. P. Sanchez, S. J., Manila. 

Martin Santilo, Pambujan, Samar. 

Teodoro de los Santos, Sto. Tomas, Pam- 
panga. 

Valentin Semilla, Mariveles, Bataan. 

Tomas Solidrem, Ibajay, Capiz. 

Lionel A. B. Street, Lepanto-Bontoc. 

Pedro P. Suerte, Santa Barbara, Iloilo. 

Romuldo Sulla, Leyte. 

Leon Talunit, Badajoz, Romblon. 

Carson Taylor, Manila. 

Domingo Tollas, Bucay, Abra. 

Jose Tonosier, Cagayan. 

Mateo Torres, Apalit, Pampanga. 

Agaton Tortusion, Hog, Negros Occiden- 
tal. 

Escolastica Tuason, Balanga, Bataan. 

Pedro Valdehueza, Mambajao, Misamis, 
Mindanao. 

Juan Vasquez, Ginigaran, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

Leoncio Velasco, Naic, Cavite. 

Eugenio de Villa, San Luis, Batangas. 

Eduardo Villanueva, Leyte, Leyte. 

Ruperto Villareis, Casamayan, Capiz. 

Pantaleon Villesa, Maao, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

Lieut. J. W. Wakeley, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

Valentine Wilson, Paracale, Ambos, Cam- 
arines. 



COLLABORATOR . 
GOLD MEDAL. 

Jose F. Quadras, Manila. 



140 



PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Department N Anthropology. 



GROUP 125. LITERATURE. 



SILVER MEDAL. 
Manila Observatory, Manila. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 

Robert P. Hughes, Manila. 

Teogenes Quiaoit, Batac, Ilocos Norte. 

Gov. Juan Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 



GROUP 126. SOMATOLOGY. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 



HONORABLE MENTION. 



Valentin Semilla Guevara, Mariveles, Ba- Fernando Ferrer, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
taan. 



GROUP 128. ETHNOGRAPHY. 
VILLAGES. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Igorrote Village. 
Visayan Village. 

GOLD MEDAL. 
Samal Moro Village. 



Lake Lanao Moro Village. 



SILVER MEDAL. 

Bagobo Village. 
Negrito Village. 



EXHIBITS 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Ethnological Survey, Manila. 
Philippine Exposition Board, Manila. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Anastasio Neri, C'agayan, Misamis. 

Dr. D. Folkmar, Manila. 

Juan Alvarez Guerra, Madrid, Spain. 

Simon Harris, Manila. 

Captain Heavey, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 

C. A. Howland, Blackington, Mass. 

Dr. Albert Ernest Jenks, Manila. 

Capt. Offley, U. S. A., Calapan, Mindoro. 

Hon. Epifanio de los Santos, Nueva Ecija. 

Dr. L. A. B. Street, Manila. 

Dr. T. Pardo de Tavera. 

Governor Juan Villamor, Bangued, Abra. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Capt. P. D. Brown, U. S. A., Asst. Sur- 
geon, Manila. 



Thos. W. Covertson, Malabang, Mindanao. 
R. E. Jones, Cebu. 
A. Korczki, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 
Captain Krooster, 15th U. S. Cavalry, 

Manila. 

John McLeod, Manila. 
Rajah Muda Mandi, Magay, Zamboanga. 
Antonio Munos, Catbalogan, Samar. 
National Society Army of the Philippines, 
Filemon Navarro, Bangued, Abra. 
Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, Philidalphia. 
George Seavers, Manila. 
Valentin Semilla Guevara, Mariveles, Ba- 

taan. 
Visayan Orchestra. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 

Vicente Alvarez, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 
Augustin Baasa, San Emilio, Lepantoc- 

Bontoc. 

Balabac Light House, Balabac, Balabac. 
Balanay, Villaviciosa, Abra. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



141 



Pedro Bersamira, Bangued, Abra. 

Lieut. L. B. Dannemiller, Zamboanga, 

Mindanao. 

Genaro Evarista, Dupax, Nueva Viscaya. 
Lieut. J. W. Furlow, llth U. S. Infantry, 

Jolo. 

Eugenio Geneoveza, Piat, Cagayan. 
J. S. Gillies, Jolo. 

Gracio Gonzaga, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 
Juan de Guzman, Tuao, Cagayan. 
Charles L.. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. 
Percy A. Hill, Calbiga, Samar. 
J. L. Irwin, St. Louis, Mo. 
Isinguen, Manabo, Abra. 
Severinus Javier, Manila. 
W. J. Kibby, Richfield Springs, N. Y. 
Geo. P. Linden, Philadelphia, Pa. 
P. B. McConville, Manila. 
Captain Medio, Sina Bagbawan, Pam- 

panga. 

Pedro A. Paterno, Manila. 
Captain Batu Tallos, Litang, Pampanga. 
Lieut. C. L. Turner, St. Louis, Mo. 
A. D. White, Ft. McKinley, Manila. 



Domingo Ybason, San Emilio, Lepanto- 

Bontoc. 
Lieut. J. W. Yinlow, llth U. S. Infantry, 

Jolo. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Antonio Brillante, San Emilio, Lepanto- 

Bontoc. 

Bumugas, Sal-Lapandan, Abra. 
P. E. Burns, Abulug, Cagayan. 
Santos Delfin, Balanga, Bataan. 
C. H. Leadbetter, Portland, Oregon. 
Rosalia Lorenzana, Cervantes, Lepanto- 

Bontoc. 
Teodoro Medoso, Nakalang, Occidental 

Negros. 

Severe Parinas, Pidigan, Abra. 
Benito Soriano, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
Francisco Tacardon, Tubungan, Iloilo. 
Valentin Tello, Tandag, Surigao. 
Jose Villapol, Manila. 
Lieut. Thomas F. Rogers, 28th Infantry, 

Mindanao. 



COLLABORATORS. 



GOLD MEDAL. 
Ramon Francisco, Manila. 

SILVER MEDAL. 
Esteban de Guzman, Manila. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 
Espiritu Peralta, Manila. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Adriano Acosta, Cottabato, Mindanao. 
H. Harlow, Zamboanga, Mindanao. 



142 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

Department R Live Stock. 

GROUP 97. HORSES AND MULES. 

GOLD MEDAL. SILVER MEDAL. 

Dr. W. E. Musgrave, Manila. Moses T. Clegg, Manila. 

GROUP 104. POULTRY AND BIRDS. 

BRONZE MEDAL. 
Ildefonso Tambunting, Manila. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



143 



Samples of Foreign Imports. 

COLLECTIVE EXHIBITS. 



SILVER MEDALS. 
Name. Groups. 

Bazar Filipino, 19,^ 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31, 

34,* 35, 36, 38, 41, 46, 47, 

48, 49, 53, 71. 
H. C. Genato, 35, 60, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 

90, 92, 93, 107. 
The Sport, 29, 34, 35, 41, 55, 57, 59, 72, 73, 

95, 120. 
Bazar de Velasco. 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 

35, 36, 38, 41, 43, 44, 45, 

46, 47, 48, 49, 53, 55, 72, 73. 

BRONZE MEDALS. 
Behn. Meyer & Co., 15, 41, 54, 56, 60. 
Choa Tek Hee, 49, 54, 56, 57, 58. 
Ed. A,. Keller & Co., 37, 54, 55, 56, 58. 
Ker & Co., 15, 54, 55, 56, 57. 
Phil. Exposition Board, 24', 43, 49, 54, 56, 

57. 
Pio Barretto & Co., 19, 23, 29, 34, 41, 47, 

49, 120. 

Sprungli & Co., 43, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58. 
Mariano Uy-Chaco, 29, 41, 49, 73, 75. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 
Name. No. of Groups. 

H. J. Andrews & Co 54 

E. Brammer 54 

Bureau of Agriculture 83 

Castle Bros. Wolf & Sons 84 

Ceriolo Hermanos 56 

Chan Chin San 54 

Danon Bros 54, 56, 57 

Sam Tan Erg 54 

John Erks & Son 79 

Abdool Tyeb Esmaigir 54 

Findley & Co 54 

La Flor de Cataluna 24 

Civil Service Board 129 

Philippine Custom Service 129 

Edwards Bros. 57 



Executive Bureau of the Philippine 

Insular Government 129 

Forbes, Munn & Co 54, 57, 60 

Forestry Bureau . . . 112 

Froelich & Kuttner 49, 54, 56, 60 

Fuente & Co 89 

German & Co 15, 54, 58, 60 

Carlos Gsell 54 

Heinzen & Co 54, 58, 60 

August Gusberg 54 

F. Gutierrez 54, 56, 57 

Gutierrez Hermanos 89 

Hie Cayi 58 

Holliday, Wise & Co 28, 43, 54, 56 

Hollman & Co 54 

Bureau of Insular Affairs 129 

Kuenzel & Streiff 54, 56, 58 

Juan Landahl ' 56 

Lutz, Moll & Co 57 

P. Millet & Co 54, 55, 56 

Municipal Board of Manila 141 

T. Pansan 54 

J. Parsons 55 

Philippine Mining Bureau 119 

Philippine Trading Co 54 

J. Pingsan 58 

Felix Pla e Hijos 54 

T. F. Ramirez 54, 58 

Jose Reull 54 

Aclolph Richter 56 

Rubert & Guamis 58 

Senor Sackerman 54 

Bazar Siglo XX 54 

Juan Soler 54, 55, 56, 57 

Enrique Spitz 85 

Struckman & Co 41, 54 

G. Tanjaco 54, 56 

Union Truck Co 84 

Mariano Velasco 55, 56 

E. Viegelman & Co 54, 56 

Philippine Weather Bureau 18 

Luis R. Yangco 54, 55 



SILVER MEDAL. 



COI,!, ABOR ATORS . 



Wm. E. Black, Manila. 
J. E. Malloy, Manila. 
D. Samson, merchant, Manila. 
Harry H. Sebree, Manila. 
Ed. R. Sizer, Jr., Manila. 
J. S. Stanley, Additional Deputy Collec- 
tor Customs, Manila. 



BRONZE MEDAL. 



Frank B. Coyne, Philippine Customs Ser- 
vice. 

J. S. Waddington, Philippine Customs 
Service. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



War Exhibit. 



GRAND PRIZE. 

Col. H. H. Bandholtz, Asst. Chief Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Constabulary Band, Manila. 

Philippine Constabulary Battalion, Man- 
ila. 

Philippine Scouts Battalion, Manila. 

Office of Chief of Ordnance, Division of 
the Philippines, Manila. 

GOLD MEDAL. 

Brig. Gen. Henry T. Allen, P. C., Manila. 

Lieut. A. A. Cameron, Philippine Con- 
stabulary Medical Officer, Manila. 

Civil Supply Store, Philippine Constabu- 
lary, Manila, P. I. 

Lieut. Modesto Colmenares, P. C., care 
Adjt. General, Philippine Constabulary, 
Manila. 

Office of the Chief Engineer Officer, Di- 
.vision of the Philippines, Manila. 

Capt John W. Greene, care Adjt. General 
Philippine Constabulary, Manila. 

R. R. Jones, Cebu. 

Office of Chief of Ordnance, Philippine 
Constabulary, Manila. 

Depot Quartermaster U. S. A., Manila. 

Philippine Scouts Band, St. Louis. 

SILVER MEDAL. 

Gov. Juan Villamor, Bangued, Abra 

(Plans). 

Gov. Juan Villamor, Bangued Abra 
(Arms). 

HONORABLE MENTION. 

Sub. Inspector Lucas Babiera, care of 
Adjt. General Philippine Constabulary, 
Manila, P. I. 

Major Peter Barseth, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, Tacloban, Leyte. 



Sub. Inspector Basilic Baya, Philippine 
Constabulary, care of Adjt. General 
Philippine Constabulary, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Charles N. Bean, Aparri, Cagayan. 

Jose Bello, Santa, Ilocos Sur. 

First Sergt. Julian Cadiz, Bulacan, Mal- 
olos, care of Senior Inspector Philip- 
pine Constabulary of Bulacan. 

Captain Harry J. Castles, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, Manila. 

Sub. Inspector Marcelino Cavestany, Phil- 
ippine Constabulary, care of Adjt. Gen- 
eral Philippine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain Z. F. Collett, Philippine Constab- 
ulary, care Adjt. General Philippine 
Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Edward Collins, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, Manila. 

Sub. Inspector Higuio Concepcion, Phil- 
ippine Constabulary, care of Adjt. Gen- 
eral Philippine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain Carey I. Crockett, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Phil- 
ippine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Frank S. DeWitt, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Elmer A. Eckman, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Phil- 
ippine Constabulary, Manila. 

Mr. H. B. Fernald, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 

Captain W. O. Fletcher, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain E. W. Griffith, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Wm. F. Gwyme, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Mr. John C. Hawley (Supervisor of Ilo- 
cos Sur.), Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 



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145 



Captain A. E. Hendryx, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Percy A. Hill, .Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain H. J. Hunt, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Vicente Javier, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain R. B. Kavanaugh, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain Frank Knoll, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain Henry Knauber, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Felix Llorente, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain George D. Long, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Major Thomas J. Mair, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

First Glass Inspector L. B. Manchester, 
Telegraph Division Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Supt. Telegraph Di- 
vision Philippine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain Otto Marshall, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Edward Y. Miller, 29th U. S. In- 
fantry, care of Governor, Province of 
Paragua. 

Captain Charles E. Nathurst, Philippine 
Constabulary, care of Adjt. General 
Philippine Constabulary, Manila. 

Major H. B. Orwig, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 



Captain Robert N. Page, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain R. A. Preston, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Sub. Inspector Dionicio Reyes, Philippine 
Constabulary, care of Adjt. General 
Philippine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Jose de los Reyes, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Herbert N. Shobe, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Third Class Inspector Chas. M. Sides, 
Telegraph Division Philippine Con- 
stabulary, Manila, care of Supt, Tele- 
graph Division Philippine Constabulary, 
Manila. 

Captain B. L. Smith, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain Chas. C. Smith, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain August O. Sorenson, Philippine 
Constabulary, care of Adjt. General 
Philippine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Lorenzo Tanos, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain W. E. Thompson, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain J. W. Wakeley, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Lieut. Floie A. Walker, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain N. N. Warren, Philippine Con- 
stabulary, care of Adjt. General Philip- 
pine Constabulary, Manila. 

Captain Waldo B. Williams, Philippine 
Constabulary, care of Adjt. General 
Philippine Constabulary, Manila. 



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Collaborators Philippine Exposition. 

COMMEMORATIVE DIPLOMA OF GRATEFUL RECOGNITION, 
WITH GOLD MEDAL. 

PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL JURY OF AWARDS. 

Hon. William H. Taft, Secretary of War, President Superior Jury, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Dr. William P.Wilson, First Vice-President Superior Jury, Philadelphia. 
Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, Secretary Superior Jury, Director of Group and 

Department Jury, Philadelphia. 

Hon. A. L- Lawshe, Member of Superior Jury, Manila, P. I. 
Dr. Leon Ma. Guerrero, Secretary of Group and Department Jury, and 

Assistant Secretary of Superior Jury, Juror for Fine and Liberal Arts, 

Manila, P. I. 
Hon. David R. Francis, President Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Member 

Superior Jury, St. Louis, Mo. 
Hon. Frederick V. Skiff, Director of Exhibits Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 

Third Vice-President Superior Jury, Chicago, 111. 
Hon. Thomas H. Carter, President National Commission, Member of Superior 

Jury, Washington, D. C. 

Mr. Julio Agcaoili, Juror for Manufactures, Laoag, Ilocos, Norte. 
Dr. Alejandro Albert, Juror for Liberal Arts, Manila, P. I. 
Hon. John M. Allen, Member Superior Jury, Washington, D. C. 
Mr. A. E. Anderson, Juror for Liberal Arts and Machinery, St. Louis, Mo. 
Mr. Juan A. Araneta, Juror for Agriculture, Maao, Negros Occ. 
Mr. Tomas Arguelles, Juror for Transportation, Manila, P. I. 
Mr. Charles S. Banks, Juror for Agriculture and Fish and Game, Manila, P. I 
Hon. Frederick A. Betts, Member Superior Jury, Washington, D. C. 
Mr. Macial Calleja, Juror for Agriculture, Manila, P. I. 
Mr. Alfredo de Castro, Juror for Forestry, Manila, P. I. 
Capt. F. E. Cofren, P. C., Juror for War, Manila, P. I. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 147 

Mr. H. D. Deputy, Juror for Liberal Arts, St. Louis, Mo. 

Mr. Antonio G. Escamilla, Juror for Transportation, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Charles P. Fenner, Juror for Manufactures, Commerce and Agriculture, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Mr. Augusto Fuster, Juror for Art, Manila, P. I. 
Mr. Ramon B. Genato, Juror for Art, Manila, P. I. 
Hon. Martin H. Glynn, Member Superior Jury. 
Hon. Laurence H. Grahame, Member Superior Jury. 
Mr. Guillermo Gomez, Juror for Fish and Game, Manila, P. I. 
Mr. A. R. Hager, Juror for Education, Manila, P. I. 
Mr. Charles L. Hall, Juror for Transportation, Live Stock and Agriculture, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Mr. Victor J. Hall, Juror for Liberal Arts, Manufactures and Machinery, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Mr. John Hetherington, Juror for Horticulture, St. Louis, Mo. 
Mr. Roy Hopping, Juror for Mining and Metallurgy, St. Louis, Mo. 
Mr. Manuel de Iriarte, Juror for Fine Arts and Horticulture, Manila. 
Dr. Albert E. Jenks, Juror for Anthropology, Manila, P. I. 
Major William H. Johnston, P. S., Juror for War, St. Louis, Mo. 
Dr. Roman Lacson, Juror for Liberal Arts, Manila, P. I. 
Hon. Benito Legarda, Juror for Manufactures, Manila, P. I. 
Mr. Ceferino de Leon, Juror for Mining and Metallurgy, Manila, P. I. 
Mr. Juan de Leon, Juror for Manufactures, Manila, P. I. 
Hon. Potenciano Lesaca, Juror for Fish and Game, Iba, Zambales. 
Mr. Geo. P. Linden, Juror for Forestry, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hon. William Lindsay, Second Vice-President Superior Jury. 
Mr. Leoncio G. Liquete, Juror for Education, Manila, P. I. 
Mr. Vicente Llamas, Juror for Fish and Game, Manila, P. I. 
First Lieut. W. H. Loving, Juror for Liberal Arts, Manila, P. I. 
Mr. Jose de Loyzaga y Ageo, Juror for Education, Manila, P. I. 
Hon. Simeon Luz, Juror for Machinery, Lipa, Batangas. 
Mr. Eusebio Luzuriaga, Juror for Agriculture, Manila, P. I. 



143 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 

Dr. Manuel Gomez Martinez, Juror for Education and Anthropology, Manila. 

Mr. Alejandro R. Mendoza, Juror for Manufactures, Manila. 

Hon. John F. Miller, Member Superior Jury. 

Hon. Bernardino Monreal, Juror for Agriculture, Sorsogon, Sorsogon. 

Hon. George W. McBride, Member Superior Jury. 

Mr. Vicente Nepomuceno, Juror for Transportation, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Vicente Noel, Juror for Live Stock, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Leon Novenario, Juror for War, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. Joaquin Ortega, Juror for Forestry, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. C. A. Pettit, Juror for Mining and Metallurgy, St. Louis, Mo. 

Hon. Juan Pimentel, Juror for Mining and Metallurgy, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Jose Quadras, Juror for Transportation and Fish and Game, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Mariano M. Ramirez, Juror for Agriculture, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. Alfonso Ramos, Juror for Agriculture, Tarlac. 

Mr. Rafael O. Ramos, Juror for Forestry, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Hilarion Raymundo, Juror for Transportation, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Jose Rivera, Juror for Horticulture, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Alejandro Roces, Juror for Manufactures, Paete, Laguna. 

Hon. Tomas del Rosario, Juror for Education, Fish and Game, Manila. 

Dr. Baldomero Roxas, Juror for liberal Arts, Manila. 

Hon. Epifanio de los Santos, Juror for Mining and Metallurgy, and Anthro- 
pology, San Isidro, Nueva Ecija. 

Hon. Philip D. Scott, Member Superior Jury. 

Mr. Vicente Singson, Juror for Agriculture, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Juan Sumulung, Juror for Agriculture, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. W. N. Swarthout, Juror for Liberal Arts, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. T. H. Pardo de Tavera, Juror for Anthropology, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. John M. Thurston, Member Superior Jury, St. Louis, Mo. 

Hon. Mariano Trias, Juror for War, Cavite. 

Mr. Gervasio Unson, Juror for Live Stock, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. Juan Villamor, Juror for Manufactures, War, Mining and Metallurgy, 
and Anthropology, Bangued, Abra. 

Miss Pilar Zamora, Juror for Manufactures and Education, Manila. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



149 



Collaborators Philippine Exposition Board. 



COMMEMORATIVE DIPLOMA OP 

GRATEFUL RECOGNITION 

WITH GRAND PRIZE. 

Dr. William P. Wilson, Chairman, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hon. Pedro A. Paterno, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. A. L. Lawshe, Manila, P. I. 

Herbert S. Stone, St. Louis, Mo. 

Dr. Leon Ma Guerrero, Secretary, Manila, 
P. I. 

Civil Government of the Philippine Isl- 
ands, Manila. 

Bureau of Insular Affairs, Washington, 
D. C. 

WITH GOLD MEDAL. 

American Chamber of Commerce, Manila. 

Attorney General, Manila, P. I. 

Auditor for the Philippine Archipelago, 
Manila, P. I. 

Bureau of Engineering, Manila, P. I. 

Bureau of Internal Revenue, Manila, P. I. 

Bureau of Public Lands. Manila, P. I. 

Bureau of Public Health, Manila, P. I. 

Chief Quartermaster, Manila, P. I. 

Chief Signal Officer, Manila, P. I. 

Civil Service Board, Manila, P. I. 

Court of Land Registration, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Edmund A. Felder, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Manila Fire Department, Manila, P.I. 

Otto Mathi, St. Louis. Mo. 

Ordnance Department, Manila, P. I. 

Philippine Chamber of Commerce, Ma- 
nila, P. I. 

Capt. F. E. Cofren, Philippine Constab- 
ulary, Manila, P. I. 

Charles P. Fenner, Chief Department of 
Commerce and Manufactures, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

A. R. Hager. Chief Department of Educa- 
tion, Manila, P. I. 

Charles L. Hall, Chief Department of Ag- 
riculture, St. Louis, Mo. 

A. E. Jenks, Chief Department of Eth- 
nology, Manila. P. I. 

H. F. Kendall, Property Clerk, Manila, 
P. I. 

George P. Linden, Chief Department of 
Forestry, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Carson Taylor, Disbursing Officer, Manila, 
P. I. 

Captain Llewellyn P.Williamson, Medical 
Director, St. Louis, Mo. 



COMMEMORATIVE DIPLOMA OF 

GRATEFUL RECOGNITION, 

WITH SILVER MEDAL. 

Frank Aaron, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Alfred Arnold, Manila, P. I. 

Assistant to Chief Quartermaster, Manila, 
P. I. 

Tomas Banzon, Balanga, Bataan. 

Braulio Barbaza, Manila, P. I. 

F. M. Brinker, St. Louis, Mo. 

Albert Brady, St. Louis, Mo. 

Charles E. Brown, Milwaukee Museum. 

Felipe Canillas, Manila, P, I. 

Thorington C. Chase, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

A. B. Edmonds, Algona, Iowa. 

Eduardo Flores, Manila, P. I. 

Jose S. Galvez, Manila, P. I. 

Alfredo Guerrero, Manila. P. I. 

John Hetherineton, St. Louis, Mo. 

Miss Effie A. Hickman, St. Louis, Mo. 

E. Insencio, Board of Health, Cavite. 

Insular Cold Storage & Ice Plant, Manila. 

J. L. Irwin, St. Louis, Mo. 

Claude B. Janes, St. Louis, Mo. 

E. Lacayo, Manila, P. I. 

H. D. Lawshe, St. Louis, Mo. 

Seth Loomis, Manila, P. I. 

Ordnance Officer, Philippine Constabu- 
lary, Manila, P. I. 

L. Osorio, Cavite. 

Benigno Padilla, Sual, Pangasinan. 

J. N. Patterson, St. Louis, Mo. 

C. A. Pettit, St. Louis, Mo. 

Charles R. Toothaker, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sotero Viray, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

William E. Weigel, St. Louis, Mo. 

Miss Alice Pilsbury, St. Louis, Mo. 

E. Saguil, Manila, P. I. 

Damiano Santos, Angat, Bulacan. 

Eber C. Smith, Manila, P. I. 

COMMEMORATIVE DIPLOMA OF 

GRATEFUL RECOGNITION, 

WITH BRONZE MEDAL. 

Jose Alejandrino, Manila, P. I. 
Tomas Arguelles, Manila, P. I. 
Jose Ma. Arroyo, Washington, D. C. 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, 

N. Y. 

Jose Benegas, Manila, P. I. 
E. R. Brown, St. Louis, Mo. 
W. G. Burke, St. Louis, Mo. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Claude B. Burson, Wickenburg, Arizona. 

Ben Dickeraon, St. Louis, Mo. 

Tan Diong, Tacloban, Leyte. 

Julius Dossche, St. Louis, Mo. 

George Fox, St. Louis, Mo. 

Pedro Francisco, Manila, P. I. 

Gustavus Charles Frank, St. Louis Post 

Office. 

Corporal Garcia, P. C., Manila, P. I. 
Pablo Granados, Manila, P. I. 
N. de Gusman, P. C., Manila, P. I. 

E. de las Heras, Manila, P. I. 
Ramon Irureta Goyena, Manila, P. I. 
Maximo Kabigting, Manila, P. I. 

J. H. Ker, St. Louis, Mo. 
Henry Kleinworth, Manila, P. I. 
Jose M. Lacalle, Manila, P. I. 
Abelardo Lafuente, Manila, P. I. 
B. S. Lovejoy, St. Louis, Mo. 

F. F. Ludolph, St. Louis, Mo. 

F. Maravillas, Manila, P. I. v 
Eduardo Mariano, Manila, P. I. 
Max Paffrath, St. Louis, Mo. 
Rev. Tomas Palmes, Iloilo. 
Enrique Penson, Manila, P. I. 
Basilio Perfecto, Manila, P. I. 
R. M. Purcell, St. Louis, Mo. 
Isabelo de los Reyes, Manila, P. I. 
Isaac Rius, Manila, P. I. 

Rafael Romero, Manila, P. I. 
Fernando Salas, Manila, P. I. 
Lope R. Santos, Manila, P. I. 
Melecio Severino, Bacolod, Negros Occi- 
dental. 

Joseph Schwartz, St. Louis, Mo ; 
Pedro Siojo, Manila, P. I. 
Senor Severa, Taxidermist, Manila, P. I. 

G. H. Trout, St. Louis, Mo. 

Dr. Laureano Viado, Manila, P. I. 
Harry Warner, St. Louis. 
Florentine Zacarias, Manila, P. I. 

COMMEMORATIVE DIPLOMA OF 

GRATEFUL RECOGNITION, 
WITH HONORABLE MENTION. 

Mrs. E. Anderson, St. Louis, Mo. 
Henry Bergfeld, St. Louis, Mo. 



Miss Isabel Bogard, St. Louis, Mo. 
Miss M. E. Buckles, St. Louis, Mo. 
Frank Fuller, St. Louis, Mo. 
James Griffin, St. Louis, Mo. 
Brosie 0. Hagan, St. Louis, Mo. 
Miss Mary Hays, St Louis, Mo. 
Juan Imus, Banaba, Tarlac, Tarlac. 
Marius Johns, St. Louis, Mo. 
Miss A. E. Johnson, St. Louis, Mo. 
Miss Grace Kingston, St. Louis, Mo. 
Miss Elza McBride, St. Louis, Mo. 
Miss E. Mahon, St. Louis, Mo. 
E, G. Meyer, St. Louis, Mo. 
Luke G. Orr, St. Louis, Mo. 
H. B. Patterson, St. Louis, Mo. 
Ed Ruwart, St. Louis, Mo. 
T. Shannon, St. Louis, Mo. 
Herman Sievers, St. Louis, Mo. 
Otto Sievers, St. Louis, Mo. 
Benito Soriano, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

COMMEMORATIVE DIPLOMA C 
GRATEFUL RECOGNITION 
WITH GOLD MEDAL. 

Hon. Charles F. Gallenkamp, St. Louis. 
Mr. John J. Mueller, St. Louis, Mo. 

WITH SILVER MEDAL. 

Mr. J. E. Lysaght, St. Louis, Mo. 
Mr. J. W. McGuire, St. Louis, Mo. 

WITH BRONZE MEDAL. 

W. H. Banks, St. Louis, Mo. 
James W. Chawning, St. Louis, Mo. 
W. M. Christie, St. Louis, Mo. 
Robert W. Haynie, St. Louis, Mo. 
D. W. Hutchens, St. Louis, Mo. 
T. C. Mann, St. Louis, Mo. 
G. H. Q. Nelson, St Louis, Mo 
Nelson Pryor, St Louis, Mo. 
H. F. Woodhead, St. Louis, Mo. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



COMMEMORATIVE DIPLOMA 
GRATEFUL RECOGNITION 
WITH SILVER MEDAL. 

Ang Kalayaan, Manila, P. I. 

Ang Suga, Cebu. 

Daily Bulletin, Manila, P. I. 



OF El Comercio, Manila, P. I. 
El Eco de Albay, Albay. 
El Grito del Pueblo, Manila, P. I. 
El Mercantil, Manila, P. I. 
El Noticiero, Manila, P. I. 
El Progreso, Manila, P. I. 
El Pueblo, Cebu. 
El Renacimiento, Manila, P. I. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



151 



El Tiempo, Iloilo. 

Freedom, Manila, P. I. 

Iloilo Times, Iloilo. 

Justicia, Manila, P. I. 

La Democracia, Manila, P. I. 

La Fraternidad, Manila, P. I. 

La Igualdad, Bacolod, Negros Occidental. 

Libertas, Manila, P. I. 

Los Obreros, Manila, P. I. 



La Patria, Manila, P. I. 
La Paz, Nueva Caceres, Ambos Camarlnes. 
La Verdad, Manila, P. I. 
Manila Cablenews, Manila, P. I. 
Manila Review of Trade and Price Cur- 
rent, Manila, P. I. 
Manila Times, Manila, P. I. 
Sunday Sun, Manila, P. I. 
The Manila American, Manila, P. I. 



RAILROAD AND STEAMSHIP LINES. 



COMMEMORATIVE 



DIPLOMA OF 



GRATEFUL RECOGNITION 
WITH GOLD MEDAL. 

Armstrong & Mackay, Manila, P. I. 
Cobarrubias & Co., Manila, P. I. 
Compania General de Tabacos de Fili- 

pinas, Manila, P. I. 
Compania Maritima, Manila, P. I. 
Compania Naviera Mercantil Filipina, 

Manila, P. I. 

Gutierrez Hermanos, Manila, P. I. 
Luis Hidalgo & Co., Manila, P. I. 



Horace L. Higgins, General Manager Ma- 
nila and Dagupan Railroad, Manila. 
Lizarraga Hermanos, Manila, P. I. 
John T. MacLeod, Manila, P. I. 
i Manila and Dagupan Railroad, Manila. 
Angel Ortiz, Manila, P. I. 
Luis Rafael Yanco, Manila, P. I. 
Smith, Bell & Co., Manila, P.. I. 
Sygiang, Manila, P. I. 
Viuda de Tan-Auco, Manila, P. I. 
J. Verches, Manila, P. I. 
Warner Barnes & Co., Manila, P. I. 
Ynchausti & Co., Manila, P. I. 



POWER HOUSE. 



COMMEMORATIVE DIPLOMA 

WITH GRAND PRIZE. 
Franklin Boiler Works, Troy, N. Y. 

WITH GOLD MEDAL. 

Barr Pump Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

William Bayley & Sons Company, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

The Bristol Company, Waterbury, Conn. 

Consolidated Engine Stop Company, New 
York, N. Y. 



Crane Company, Chicago, 111. 

De Laval Steam Turbine Co., Trenton, 

N. J. 

Fairbanks, Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. 
Walter L. Flower & Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
General Electric Company, Syracuse, 

N. Y. 

Harrison Boiler Works, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Jackson Filter Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Phoenix Iron Works Co., Meadville, Pa. 
Shepherd Engineering Co., Franklin, Pa. 
Stanley Electric Co., Pittsfleld. Mass. 
Watson & McDaniels Co., Philadelphia, 

Pa. 



Special Government Medals of Honor. 

GOVERNMENT COLLABORATORS. 



GOLD MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DI- 
PLOMA OF GRAND PRIZE OR 
FIRST CLASS. 

President Theodore Roosevelt, White 

House, Washington. 
Ex-Secretary of War Elihu Root, New 

York. 



Secretary of War William H. Taft, War 
Department, Washington. 

Hon. Luke E. Wright, Civil Governor 
Philippine Islands, Manila, P. I. 

Col. Clarence R. Edwards, War Depart- 
ment, Washington. 

Hon. Henry C. Ide, Vice-Governor, Secre- 
tary of Finance and Justice. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Hon. Dean C. Worcester, Commissioner, 
Secretary of Interior. 

Hon. James F. Smith, Commissioner, Sec- 
retary of Public Instruction. 

Hon. H. C. Forbes, Commissioner, Secre- 
tary of Commerce and Police. 

Hon. Trinidad H. Pardo de Tavera, 'Com- 
missioner. 

Hon. Benito Legarda, Commissioner. 

Hdn. Jose R. Luzuriaga, Commissioner. 

Hon. Bernard Moses, Berkeley Univer- 
sity, San Francisco, Cal. 

Dr. William P. Wilson, Chairman Philip- 
pine Exposition Bjoard, Philadelphia. 

Dr. Gustavo Niederlein, member Philip- 
pine Exposition Board, Philadelphia. 

Hon. Pedro A. Paterno, member Philip-- 
pine Exposition Board, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. A. L. Lawshe, member Philippine 
Exposition Board, Manila, P. I. 

Herbert S. Stone, Member Philippine 
Exposition Board. 

Dr. Leon M. Guerrero, Secretary Philip- 
pine Exposition Board, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. A. W. Ferguson, Executive Secre- 
tary, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. Beekman Winthrop, former acting 
executive Secretary, Governor of Porto 
Rico. 



MEDAL, OF HONOR 

WITH DIPLOMA OF GOLD MEDAL. 

OR SECOND CLASS. 

Judge D. R. Williams, former Secretary of 
the United States Philippine Commis- 
sion, Manila, P. I. 

Frank Carpenter, Assistant Executive 
Secretary, Manila, P. I. 

Fred Carpenter, Private Secretary to the 
Secretary of War. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF SILVER MEDAL OR THIRD 

CLASS. 

Mr. Lawrence W. Manning, Private Secre- 
tary to Governor Wright. 

Mr. Edgar O. Johnson, Private Secretary 
to Commissioner Worcester. 

Mr. Jackson L. Due, Private Secretary to 
Commissioner Ide. 

Mr. William H. Donovan, Private Secre- 
tary to Commissioner Smith. 

Mr. Fermin Zacarias, Private Secretary 
to Commissioner Legarda, 

Mr. C. A. Sobral, Private Secretary to 
Commissioner Pardo de Tavera. 

Capt. Robert H. Noble, Third United 
States Infantry, aid-de-camp. 

Dr. Thomas R. Marshal, Chief Health In- 
spector. 



GOVERNORS. 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF GRAND PRIZE OR FIRST 

CLASS. 

Hon. Juan Villamor, Bangued, Governor 

of Abra. 
Hoc, Pablo Tecson, Malolos, Governor of 

Bulacan. 

Hon. Gracio Gonzaga, Tuguegarao, Gov- 
ernor of Cagayan. 
Hon. Mariano Trias, Cavite, Ex-Governor 

of Cavite. 
Hon. Julio Agcaoili, Laoag, Governor of 

Ilocos Norte. 
Hon. Mena Crisologo, Vigan, Governor of 

Ilocos Sur. 
Hon. Martin Delgado, Iloilo, Governor of 

Iloilo. 
Gapt. Robert S. Offley, U. S. A., Calapan, 

Governor of Mindoro. 
Maj.-Gen. Leonard Wood, Zamboanga, 

Governor of Moro Province. 



Hon. Leandro Locsin, Bacolod, Governor 
of Negros Occidental. 

Hon. Demetrio Larena, Dumaguete, Gov- 
ernor of Negros Oriental. 

Hon. Epifanio de los Santos, San Isidro, 
Governor of Nueva Ecija. 

Hon. Ceferino Joven, Bacolor, Governor 
of Pampanga. 

Hon. Macario Favila. Lingayen, Gov- 
ernor of Pangasinan. 

Hon. Segimdo Singson, Catbalogan, Gov- 
ernor of Samar. 

Hon. Julio Llorente, Manila, Ex-Governor 
of Samar. 

Hon. Bernardino Monreal, Sorsogon, Gov- 
ernor of Sorsogon. 

Hon. Alfonso Ramos, Tarlac, Governor 
of Tarlac. 

Hon. Ricardo Paras, Lucena, Governor of 
Tayabas. 

Hon. Potenciano Lesaca, Iba, Governor 
of Zambales. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



153 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF GOLD MEDAL OR SECOND 

CLASS. 

Hon. Arlington U. Betts, Albay, Gov- 
ernor of Albay. 

Hon. James Ross, Nueva Caceres, Gov- 
ernor of Ambos Camarines. 

Hon. Leandro Fullon, San Jose de Buena- 
vista, Governor of Antique. 

Hon. Thomas G. del Rosario, Balanga, 
Governor of Bataan. 

Hon. John H. Goldman, Balanga, Ex- 
Governor of Bataan. 

Hon. Simeon Luz, Batangas, Governor 
of Batangas. 

Hon. William F. Pack, Bagnio, Governor 
of Benguet. 

Hon. Aniceto Clarin, Tagbilaran, Gov- 
ernor of Bohol. 

Hon. Jugo Vidal, Capiz, Governor of 
Capiz. 

Capt. David C. Shanks, U. S. A., Cavite, 
Governor of Cavite. 

Hon. Juan Climaco, Cebu, Governor of 
Cebu. 



Hon. Francisco Dichose, Ilagan, Gov- 
ernor of Isabela. 

Hon. Juan Cailles, Santa Cruz, Governor 
of La Laguna. 

Hon. Joaquin Ortega, San Fernando, Gov- 
ernor of La Union. 

Hon. William Dinwidie, Cervantes, Gov- 
ernor of Lepanto-Bontoc. 

Hon. Peter Borseth, Taclohan, Governor 
of Leyte. 

Hon. Bonifacio Serrano, Masbate, Gov- 
ernor of Masbate. 

Hon. Manuel Corrales, Cagayan, Governor 
of Misamis. 

Hon. Lawrence M. Bennett, Bayonbong, 
Governor of Nueva Viscaya. 

Hon. Edward J. Miller, Cuyo, Governor 
of Paragua. 

Capt. William H. Phillips, U. S. A., Wash- 
ington, Ex-Governor of Paragna. 

Hon. Arturo Dancel, Pasig, Governor of 
Rizal. 

Hon. Francisco Sans, Romblon, Governor 
of Romblon. 

Manuel V. del Rosario, Secretary and 
Acting Governor of Sorsogon. 

Hon. Hugo Salazar, Surigao, Governor of 
Surigao. 



INSULAR CHIEFS OF DEPARTMENTS. 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF GRAND PRIZE OR FIRST 

CLASS. 

Capt. George P. Ahern, U. S. A., Chief 
Forestry Bureau, Manila, P. I. 
Brig.-Gen. Henry T. Allen, Chief Bureau 

Philippine Constabulary, Manila, P. I. 
Dr. David P. ^Barrows, Chief Bureau of 

Education, Manila, P. I. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA! 

OF GOLD MEDAL OR SECOND 

CLASS. 

Col. David J. Baker, Jr., First Assistant 
Chief Philippine Constabulary, Manila. 

Mr. Edgar K. Bourne, Chief Bureau of 
Architecture, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Frank A. Branagan, Insular Treas- 
urer, Manila, P. I. 

Maj. E. C. Carter, U. S. A., Commissioner 
of Public Health. 

Mr. C. M. Cotterman, Director Bureau of 
Posts, Manila, P. I. 

Dr. Paul C. Freer, Superintendent Bureau 
of Government Laboratories, Manila. 



Capt. John E. Harding, Chief of Police, 
Manila, P. I. 

Lieut. Commander J. M. Helm, U. S. N., 
Chief Bureau Coast Guard and Trans- 
portation, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. A. Cruz Herrera, President Municipal 
Board, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Edwin C. Jones, Superintendent of 
Instruction, Bureau of Public Printing, 
Manila, P. I. 

Mr. John S. Leech, Chief Bureau of Pub- 
lic Printing, Manila. P. I. 

Mr. H. B. McCoy, Deputy Collector of 
Customs for the Philippine Islands, 
Manila, P. I. 

Mr. William T. Nolting, Postmaster, Ma- 
nila, P. I. 

Mr. G. R. Putnam, in charge Bureau of 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, Manila, P. I. 

Colonel Scott, Assistant Chief Philippine 
Constabulary, Manila, P. I. 

Dr. F. Lamson Scribner, Chief Insular 
Bureau of Agriculture, Washington, 
D. C. 

Mr. E. G. Shields, Insular Purchasing 
Agent. Manila. P. I. 

Mr. W. Morgan Shuster. Chief Bureau of 
Customs and Immigration, Manila, P. I. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Dr. Eugene H. Stafford, Chief Philippine 
Civil Hospital, Manila, P. I. 

Dr. Richard P. Strong, Director Biologi- 
cal Laboratory, Manila, P. I. 

Frank R. White, Assistant Superinten- 
dent of Public Instruction, Manila. 

Capt. George N. Wolfe, Warden, Depart- 
ment of Prisons, Manila, P. I. 

MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF SILVER MEDAL OR THIRD 

CLASS. 

Mr. A. L. B. Davies, Local Purchasing 
Agent, Manila, P. I. 



Maj. Frank Greene, U. S. A., Signal Offi- 
cer Department of Luzon, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. James W. Jobling, Director Serum 
Laboratory, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. Max L. McCollough, Editor of the 
Official Gazette, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. J. C. Mehan, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. M. L. Stuart, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. C. R. Trowbridge, Chief of Detective 
Bureau, Manila, P. I. 

Mr. W. C. Welborn, Assistant Chief Bu- 
reau of Agriculture, Manila, P. I. 



COLLABORATORS OF WAR DEPARTMENT, BUREAU OF 

INSULAR AFFAIRS AND PHILIPPINE 

EXPOSITION BOARD. 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 
OF GRAND PRIZE OR FIRST 

CLASS. 

Hon. Governor George R. Carter, Hono- 
lulu, Hawaii. 

Hon. Thomas H. Carter, President 
National Commission. 

Hon. David R. Francis, President Louis- 
iana Purchase Exposition. 

His Excellency Minister Baron Komura, 
Tokio, Japan. 

Hon. Governor Geo. C. Pardee, Sacra- 
mento, Cal. 

Hon. Frederik J. V. Skiff, Director of 
Exhibits, World's Fair, St. Louis. 

Walter B. Stevens, Secretary Louisiana 
Purchase Exposition. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 
OF GOLD MEDAL OR SECOND 

CLASS. 

Maj. J. B. Aleshire, U. S. A., Washington, 

D. C. 
Rev. Dr. Jose Algue, Director Manila 

Observatory, Manila, P. I. 
Arthur E. Anderson, Architect, Manila, 

P. I. 
Hon. A. L. C. Atkinson, Honolulu, 

Hawaii. 
Hon. R. A. Ballinger, Mayor, Seattle, 

Wash. 
William Bard, Chief Division Bureau of 

Insular Affairs, Washington, D. C. 



M. E. Beall, Chief Division Bureau of In- 
sular Affairs, Washington, D. C. 

Brigadier General James Franklin Bell, 
U. S. A ., Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 

Frank I. Bennett, Chicago, 111. 

Dr. E. B. Bryan, ex-General Superinten- 
dent of Education, California. 

A. J. Cassatt, Philadelphia, Pa., President 
Pennsylvania R. R. 

Capt. George S. Clark, Purchasing Agent, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Gen. George W. Davis, U. S. A., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Charles Deering, Chicago, 111. 

Major C. A. Devol, San Francisco, Cal. 

Hon. Henry W. Eastham, Mayor, Lynn, 
Mass. % 

Edmund A. Felder, St. Louis, Mo. 

Charles P. Fenner, Chief of Commerce 
and Manufactures; St. Louis, Mo. 

Hon. Julius Fleischmann, Mayor, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Augusto Fuster, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. George Grime, Mayor, Fall River, 
Mass. 

Alvarez Guerra, Marcos 3, Madrid. 

A. R. Hager, Chief of Education, Manila, 
P. I. 

Charles L. Hall, Chief of Agriculture, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Victor J. Hall, Assistant Chief Fine and 
Liberal Arts, St. Louis, Mo. 

Hon. Carter H. Harrison, Mayor, Chicago, 
111. 

E. H. Harriman, President S. P. R. R., 
New York City. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



155 



Hon. Wm. B.Hays, Mayor, Pittsburg, Pa. 

M. R. Healy, Manager Visayan Village, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Col. H. O. S. Heistand, U. S. A., Wash- 
ington. 

Roy Hopping, Chief of Mines and Metal- 
lurgy, St. Louis, Mo. 

Gen. Charles F. Humphrey, U. S. A., 
Washington, D. C. 

Dr. T. K. Hunt, Manager Igorrote Vil- 
lage, St. Louis, Mo. 

Dr. Albert E. Jenks, Chief of Anthropol- 
ogy, Manila, P. I. 

Morris K. Jessup, New York City. 
J. G. Jester, Disbursing Officer Bureau of 
Insular Affairs, Washington, D. C. 

Hon. Tom Johnson, Mayor, Cleveland, 

Ohio. 
H. F. Kendall, Property Clerk, St. Louis, 

Mo. 

Hon. Erastus C. Knight, Mayor, Buffalo, 

N. Y. 
Frederick Lewis, Manager Moro Villages, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Harry C. Lewis, Chief Division War 
Department, Washington, D. C. 

George P. Linden, Chief of Forestry, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Hon. George D. McClellan, Mayor, New 
York City, N. Y. 

Hon. Henry B. F. MacFarland, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

John H. McGibbons, Sec'y of Awards, 
Louisiana Purchase Exposition , St. Louis. 

Amos B. McNairy, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Hon. Charles E. Magoon, Bureau of In- 
sular Affairs, Washington, D. C. 

Hon. Wm. C. Maybury, Mayor, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Gen. A. L. Mills, West Point, N. Y. 

Oscar G. Murray, President B. & O. R. R., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Enrique M. Nelson, Argentine Commis- 
sioner, St. Louis, Mo. 

Albert A. Norris, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Daniel C. Nugent, St. Louis, Mo. 

Hon. Kaho Otani, Yokohama, Japan. 

W. R. Pedigo, Private Sec'y Chief Bureau 
of Insular Affairs, Washington, D. C. 

W. Leon Pepperman, War Department, 
Washington, D. C. 

R. E. Preston, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hon. Whitelaw Reid, New York City, 
N. Y. 

A. T. Ruan, Cashier, Washington, D. C. 



Hon. E. E. Schmitz, Mayor, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

R. P. Schwerin, San Francisco, Cal. 

Valentin Semilla Guevara, Manager Ne- 
grito Village, Mariveles, Bataan. 

George F. Seward, New York City, N. Y. 

George B. Stevens, President C. & O. R. 
R., Richmond, Va. 

Hon. A. von Stibral, St. Louis, Mo. 

Hon. Charles P. Taft, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Carson Taylor, Disbursing Officer, Manila, 
P. I. 

Capt. J. R. M. Taylor, Chief Division Bu- 
reau of Insular Affairs, Washington, D. C. 

Wm. H. Thompson, Treasurer Louisiana 
Purchase Exposition, St. Louis. 

C. P. Walbridge, St. Louis, Mo. 

Hon. John Weaver, Mayor, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Hon. Rolla Wells, Mayor, St. Louis, Mo. 

Charles H. West, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Henry H. Wernse, St. Louis, l^Io. 

A. D. Wilcox, Chief Division Bureau of 
Insular Affairs, Washington, D. C. 

Hon. George H. Williams, Mayor, Port- 
land, Oregon. 

Capt. Llewellyn P. Williamson, Medical 
Director. St. Louis, Mo. 

N. M. Woodson, Chief Division Bureau of 
Insular Affairs, Washington, D. C. 

Miss Pilar Zamora, Director of Model 
School, Manila, P. I. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF SILVER MEDAL OR THIRD 

CLASS. 

Capt. Jesse M. Baker, Portland, Oregon. 
August Boette, St. Louis, Mo. 
C. C. Bolton, Cleveland, Ohio. 
James A. Brown, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Capt. M. C. Butler, Jr., U. S. A., Chief 
Commissary Department. 

Barry Bulkley, Washington, D. C. 

H. P. Bunney, Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. Anna Sneed Cairns, St. Louis, Mo. 

J. W. Clise, Seattle, Washington. 

F. Ernst Cramer, St. Louis, Mo. 

Hon. Harrison H. Dodge, Superintendent 

Mount Vernon. 

A. B. Edmonds, St. Louis, Mo. 
Fred Enos, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Antonio Escamilla, Assistant Secretary, 

Manila, P. I. 
E. B. Filsinger, St. Louis, Mo. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Emil S. Fischer, St. Louis, Mo. 

Jose S. Galvez, Manila. 

Lt. Commander John Gibbons, U. S. N., 

U. S. Cruiser Dolphin, Washington. 
Capt. F. A. Grant, Seattle, Wash. 
Frederick Greeley, Chicago, 111. 
Hon. James M. W. Hall, Boston,, Mass. 
George B. Harris, Chicago, 111. 
T. L. Hopkins, Bureau of Insular Affairs, 

Washington, D. C. 
M. E. Ingalls, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Mr. Joanini, Bureau of Ineular Affairs, 

Washington, D. C. 
Dr. Roman Lascon, St. Louis, Mo. 
H. D. Lawshe, Manila. 
H. B. Ledyard, Detroit, Mich- 
F. Howard Mason, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Joseph Medill McCormick, Chicago, 111. 
W. C. McMillan, Detroit, Mich. 
Charles S. Mellen, New Haven, Conn. 
Capt. William M. Meredith, Washington, 

D. C. 
Charles A. Moore, 85 Liberty Street, 

New York. 
Alfred C. Newell, Chief of Exploitation, 

New York. 

W. H. Newman, New York. 
L. H. Nutting, 349 Broadway, New York 

City. 

Paul Oeker, St. Louis, Mo. 
Henry W. Peabody, Boston, Mass. 
Dr. Janet Perkins, Botanist, Berlin. 
Hon. E. G. Preston, Boston, Mass. 
Jose Quadras, Chief of Fish and Game, 

Manila, P. I. 

Tom Richardson, Portland, Oregon. 
Miss Emma Ross, Stenographer, Manila, 
Richard Schneidewind, Manila, P. I. 

E. Scott, Chamber of Commerce, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

F. A. Scott, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Mr. Seymour, Bureau of Insular Affairs, 
Washington, D. C. 



W. M. Shuster, Washington, D. C. 

Wm. Speel, Bureau of Insular Affairs, 

Washington, D. C. 

Thomas J. Sullivan, Washington, D. C. 
W. A. Sutherland, Educational Agent of 

Filipino Students, Washington, D. C. 

Hon. Frank J. Bynames, San Francisco, 

Cal. 
Capt. Parker W. West, llth Cavalry, San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Dr. Henry Milton Whelpley, St. Louis, 

Mo. 

Joseph Wilby, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
George Wilson, New York. 
M. R. Williams, St. Louis, Mo. 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF BRONZE MEDAL OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 

Mr. Carrnack, Bureau of Insular Affairs, 

Washington, D. C. 
John J. Connor, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mr. Fergusson, Bureau of Insular Affairs 

Washington, D. C. 
Alfredo Guerrero, Manila. 
James S. Lawshe, St. Louis, Mo. 
Enrique Lopez Ortiz, Manila. 
Mr. Manning, Bureau of Insular Affairs, 

Washington, D. C. 

Lt. C. O. Pierson, Washington, D. C. 
D. J. Ryan, Philadelphia, Pa. 4 

John H. Starin, Pier 13, North River, 
New York. 

Lt. Daniel Van Voorhis, Fort Leaven- 
worth, Kansas. 

Lt. Howard G. Young, Fort Leavenworth, 
Kansas. 

Miss Nancy Sumner King, care of Bureau 
of Insular Affairs, Washington D. C. 
First American white legitimate child 
of American parents, born in the Phil- 
ippine Islands, under American occupa- 
tion. 



PHILIPPINE CONSTABULARY. 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF GOLD MEDAL OR SECOND 

CLASS. 

Maj. Amos D. Haskell, commanding Ex- 
position Constabulary Battalion. 



Capt. F. E. Cofren, Philippine Constab- 
ulary, in charge of Philippine Constab- 
ulary exhibit. 

Lieut. W. H. Loving, Director Constab- 
ulary Band. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



157 



MEDALS OP HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF SILVER MEDAL OR THIRD 

CLASS. 

Captain H. J. Castles. 

Capt. E. A. Eckman. 

First Lieut. N. S. Gilpin, Adjutant. 

Second Lieut. J. S. Manning, Supply 
Officer. 

First Lieut. A. A. Cameron, Medical Offi- 
cer. 



Capt. Ralph W. Jones, commanding Com- 
pany "B." 

First Lieut. Lucien R. Sweet, command- 
ing Company "A." 

First Lieut. Felix Llorente, Company "B." 

First Lieut. C. M. Pendelton, Company 
"A." 

Second Lieut. Modesto Colmenares, Com- 
pany "B." 

First Lieut. C. E. Bennett. 

Third Lieut. James L. Wood. 

Sub Inspector Antonio Maximo. 



CONSTABULARY BAND. 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 
OF SILVER MEDAL OR THIRD 

CLASS. 
Pedro A. Cruz, Chief Musician. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF BRONZE MEDAL OR FOURTH 
CLASS. 

Mack Onofre, First Sergeant. 
Ignacio M. Acierto, Principal Musician. 
Pedro B. Navarro, Principal Musician. 
Juan A. Hernandez, Drum Major. 

SERGEANTS. 

Bonifacio Trinidad. 
Augustin Santos. 
Francisco Soter. 
Victoriano Flores. 
Fermin Noguit. 
Valentin de Ocampo. 
Francisco Estrada. 
Baldy St. John. 
Bernardino Asinas. 

CORPORALS. 

Nicacio Gaspar. 
Engracio Mariano. 
Dionisio Francisco. 



Honorio Quirol. 
Marciano Cristobal. 
Gregorio San Jose. 
Venancio Zamudio. 
Alejandro Malana. 
Cirilo de la Cruz. 
Antonio Cruz. 
Justo Damian. 
Pedro Gabriel. 
Pedro Diaz. 
Cesario Alcantara. 
Simeon Garcia. 
Benito Salonga. 
Mariano Bernal. 
Sergt.-Maj. Vincente Domingo. 
Quartermaster-Sergeant Bartholome Sole- 
dad. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF HONORABLE MENTION OR 

FIFTH CLASS. 



PRIVATES. 



Sabas Agbunag. 
Lorenzo Afable. 
Eugenio Alano. 
Sabas Alcid. 
Flaviano Alegra. 
Gregorio Alverto. 
Francisco Arceo. 
Braullo Baello. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Patricio Caballero. 
Severino Cadiz. 
Vicente Cadiz. 
Felix Canlas. 
Donate Carmen. 
Jose Castro. 
Juaquin Castueras. 
Vicente Chan. 
Dionisio de la Cruz. 
Hipolito de la Cruz. 
Patricio de la Cruz. 
Ponciano Cubarrubias. 
Cristobal Dacanay. 
Tomas de Guia. 
Geronimo Guillen. 
Julian Guiterrez. 
Filemon Lardisabal. 
Doroteo Larion. 
Florentine Licerio. 
Bonifacio Liera. 
Estanislao Martin. 
Estanislao Mauricio. 
Augustin Medrano. 



Ansverto Mendoza. 

Basilio Mendoza. 

Segundo del Mundo. 

Alex Nipales. 

Domingo Pangilinan. 

Juan Mendoza. 

Segundo Perfecto. 

Rafael Principe. 

Melecio Rosario. 

Basilio Rubio. 

Roman Salita. 

Macario San Miguel. 

Esteban Sapaula. 

Roman Tayac. 

Apolinio Tendilla. 

Epifanio Valenzuela. 

Rufino Villanueva. 

Zacarias Villanueva. 

Catalino Yguico. 

Private Nicador de Guzman, Medical Di- 
vision. 

Private Ricardo de la Cruz, Medical Di- 
vision. 



CONSTABULARY. 



COMPANY "A." 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA Miguel Lopez. 



OF BRONZE MEDAL OR FOURTH 
CLASS. 

First Sergeant Bernardo Gonzales. 



SERGEANTS. 



Urbano Alvarez. 
Arcadio Lizaso. 
Gavino Yasay. 
Juan Aguilar. 



Enrique Martin. 
Natalio Santos. 
Eduardo Cavas. 
Mariano Dalisay. 
Gregorio Hombrebueno. 
Isaac Molina. 
Irineo Monson. 
Simeon Ygloria. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

HONORABLE MENTION OR FIFTH 

CLASS. 



CORPORALS. 



German Alido. 
Ramon Chico. 
Jose Gayoso. 



MUSICIANS. 



Sixto Almares. 
Pedro San Esteban. 
Quiterio Ruidera. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



159 



PRIVATES. 

Gavino Alido. 
Guillermo Abilong. 
Cayetano Amar. 
Daniel Apacible. 
Eustaquio Bayaua. 
Ignacio Bersamina. 
Honorio Bonifacio. 
Reinaldo Buenaventura. 
Magno Cabiting. 
Jose Calayag. 
Florentino Constantino. 
Teodoro Datun. 
Antonio Alejandro. 
Andres Addun. 
Joaquin Amayo. 
Cipriano Atienza. 
Antonio Bacal. 
Geronimo Bangues. 
Emeterio Bolivar. 
Elias Bunaning. 
Vicente Cabiting. 
Tomas Cesista. 
Venancio Chaves. 
Mariano Estoria. 
Teodoro Escalante. 
Alipio Eustaquio. 
Augustin Flaviano. 
Jose Fernandez. 
Miguel Galang. 
Fernando Galvez. 
Ibrahim. 
Kabalu. 
Kamang. 
Isaac Laczon. 
Silverio Lascano. 
Mamerto Limos. 



Eduadro Marzo. 
Mulud. 

Esteban Nueda. 
Mariano Ongoco. 
Ciriaco Palomares. 
Pangasinan. 
Geronimo Prez. 
Eleno Puspos. 
Matias Quintana. 
Juan Rubio. 
Jose Saavedra. 
Francisco Santillana. 
Santiago Tarroza. 
Eustaquio Tuason. 
Jose Villamil. 
Tomas Esguerra. 
Francisco Famatiga. 
Pedro Fernando. 
Clemente Flojo. 
Hilario Gallardo. 
Atilano Guzon. 
Jalan. 

Miguel Jacobo. 
Santiago Mosquera. 
Demetrio Lara. 
Pedro Latumbo. 
Lorenzo Magalad. 
Felix Mateo. 
Nasa. 

Nicanor Olivar. 
Agapito Octavo. 
Pantalam. 
Apolinario Pascual. 
Filemon Pingol. 
Felicisimo Ravina. 
Placidio Rosin. 
Tiburcio Salvador. 
Epifanio Samante. 
Magno Taclub. 
Mariano Tiangco. 
Francisco Verdeflor. 



COMPANY "B.' 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 
OF BRONZE MEDAL OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 
First Sergeant Juan Balajadia. 



Marcelo Torres. 
Jose Casado. 
Maximo Meiban. 



CORPORALS. 



SERGEANTS. 
Domingo Manalastas. 



Simeon Babasa. 
Sostenes del Castillo. 
Ciriaco Espanola. 



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PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Fernando Paular. 
Facundo Penaflor. 
Pablo Sonza. 
Agaton Bacal. 
Eugenio Luna. 
Meliton Orasca. 
Manuel Sanchez. 
Rosalio Sendon. 
Agapito Suarez. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

HONORABLE MENTION OR FIFTH 

CLASS. 

PRIVATES. 

Vicente Acosta. 
Marcelo Agustin. 
Lorenzo Aljibe. 
Monico Anazarias. 
Tomas Arriola. 
Felipe Aurilio. 
Santiago Banaac. 
Brigido Barrera. 
Marcelino Bedis. 
Antonio Casanova. 
Carlos Castaneda. 
Sixto Casuguis. 
Marcos Cumarat. 
Casimiro de Jesus. 
Nicolas Denosta. 
Moises Dulay. 
Cornelio Adzuara. 
Bernabe Alejandrino. 
German Amante. 
Miguel Antonio. 
Felipe Artacho. 
Constancio Balao. 
Tomas Vargas. 
Pedro Barrillo. 
Ambrosio Cabacungan. 
Enrique Casbadillo. 
Antonio Cruz. 
Longino de la Cruz. 
Agapito de la Pena. 
Benito Espejo. 
Sebero Eco. 
Santiago Funtanilla. 



Juan Guerrero. 
Julio Jovellanos. 
Segundo Lazaro. 
Domingo Leonor. 
Alejandro Lobo. 
Vicente Ludan. 
Gregorio Macalalad. 
Ambrosio Malapit. 
Marcelo Miranda. 
Honorato Morada. 
Basilio Navarro. 
Bonifacio Honato. 
Marcelo Palla. 
Justo Pasion. 
Maximiano Percha. 
Maximiano Pungla. 
Manuel Quinagoran. 
Ignacio Rojo. 
Ramon Samson. 
Augustin Serrano. 
Leonardo Tesoro. 
Santiago Tristeza. 
Francisco Ventura. 
Doroteo Yasay. 
Mariano Fernandez. 
Alberto Itilong. 
Victor Kapunan. 
Felix Leonardo. 
Casimiro Lopez. 
Urbano Losande. 
Teodoro Lleva. 
Eugenio Madrigal. 
Damasio Mojica. 
Buenaventura Morada. 
Faustino Natnat. 
Andres Oliva. 
Esteban Oridiana. 
Roberto Padre. 
Nasario Palamos. 
Augustin Policarpio. 
Esteban Epifanio. 
Fausto Reyes. 
Silverio Resales. 
Anselmo Sarnate. 
Leonardo Sison. 
Pacifico Tolentino. 
Nicomedes Tubig. 
Aurelio Yabut. 
Juan Isip. 



PHILIPPINE SCOUTS. 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF GOLD MEDAL OR SECOND 

CLASS. 

Maj. William H. Johnston commanding 
Exposition Scouts Battalion. 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF SILVER MEDAL OR THIRD 

CLASS. 

Chaplain John C. Granville, Fourteenth 
Cavalry. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



161 



First Lieut. T. B. Taylor, Eleventh Cav- 
alry. 

First Lieut. J. C. Brady, Fourth Infantry, 
Adjutant Battalion Philippine Scouts. 

First Lieut. C. D. Buck, Assistant Sur- 
geon U. S. Army. 

First Lieut. Boss Reese, Philippine 
Scouts. 

First Lieut. Wesley King, Philippine 
Scouts. 

First Lieut. John A. Paegelow, Philip- 
pine Scouts. 

First Lieut. Julian De Court, Philippine 
Scouts. 

First Lieut. Floyd L. Frissbie, Philip- 
pine Scouts. 



First Lieut. Charles E. Dority, Philippine 

Scouts. 
First Lieut. Edward Dworak, Philippine 

Scouts. 
First Lieut. Ray Hoover, Philippine 

Scouts. 
Second Lieut. Robert Dickson, Philippine 

Scouts. 
Second Lieut. George McCue, Philippine 

Scouts. 
Second Lieut. Crispulo Patajo, Philippine 

Scouts. 
Secon'd Lieut. Clay Platt, Philippine 

Scouts. 
Mr. Ernest G. Fisher, Director Philippine 

Scouts Band, St. Louis. 



30TH COMPANY PHILIPPINE SCOUTS. 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF BRONZE MEDAL OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 

First Sergt. Valeriano Aquino. 
Quartermaster Sergeant Bernardo Ramos. 

SERGEANTS. 

Guillermo Bernaldo. 
Fautino Ventura. 
Santiago Haberia. 
Felipe Berroya. 
Fermin Manzanilla. 
Norberto Sarmiento. 

CORPORALS. 

Pedro Abeabe. 

Lorenzo Alaba. 

Doroteo Mateo. 

Damacio Sanguyo. 

Cornello Aragonez. 

Julian Dizon. 

Brigido Velando. 

Gavino Callejas. 

Patricio Lapina. 

Felix Palma. 

Lance Corporal Marciano Bautista. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF HONORABLE MENTION OR 

FIFTH CLASS. 

ARTIFICER. 
Gervacio Ymson. 



COOKS. 

Santiago Tambiao. 
En gen io Jola. 

MUSICIANS. 

Gregorio Bandajon. 

Moises Flauria. 

Artificer Gervacio Ymson. 



PRIVATES. 

Elino Abelino. 
Mariano Albaris. 
Juan Alvarez. 
Juan Angeles. 
Mateo Aquino. 
Ricardo Aragon. 
Tiburcio Apolinar. 
Calistro Atencio. 
Crispulo Bal. 
Albino Balingit. 
Modesto Balingit. 
Felix Banta. 
Felix Biron. 
Estanislao Cansanay. 
Roman Carrillo. 
Santo de la Cruz. 
Juan Cube. 
Manuel Chantengco. 
Dionisio Diocno. 
Miguel Domingo. 
Julio Ferril. 
Crispolo Flores. 
Remdgio Frami. 
Camilo Gabriel. 
Francisco Garcia. 
Victor Garcia. 



162 PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION. 



Vicente Gelbes. Andres Quinto. 

Santiago Gonzales. Maximo Quinto. 

Filimon Gregorio. Sutero Ramirez. 

Pantaleon Guevara. Pascual Raymundo. 

Leoncio Guevara. Crisogono Reantillo. 

Aguedo Guevara. Geronimo Remerata. 

Francisco Guevara. . Punciano Revera. 

Pedro Guituriano. Pedro Reyes. 

Mateo Hastiva. Simplicio Ribera. 

Benito Laloses. Gil. Saballero. 

Santiago de Lara. Sotero Sacramento. 

Mauricio Largodisin. Severino Salazar. 

Pedro Lope. Regino Sanguyo. 

Melencio Luesale. Macario Silvero. 

Patricio Magany. Severino de los Santos. 

Daniel Marcilan. Sylvestre de los Santos. 

Eusebio Mataluti. Tito Simbulan. 

Rufino Mendoza. Paulino Soliman. 

Pedro Mercado. Pablo Taala. 

Simon Mercado. Pedro Tiamson. 

Jose Munsayac. Vicente Torres. 

Mamerto Molimbe. Eusebio Tumibay. 

Pedro Natividad. Marcelo Vergara. 

Nicolas Pablo. Mariano Ylao. 

Feliciano Pajardo. Alejandro Ylao. 

Tomas Perez. Regino Lopez. 

Isaac Ponce. Dionicio Luna. 



47TH COMPANY PHILIPPINE SCOUTS. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA Lucio Requintina. 

OF BRONZE MEDAL OR FOURTH 

Sesto Lama. 

CLASS. Marcelo Barcelona. 

ENLISTED MEN. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 
First Sergeant Gabino Gasataya. 
Quatermaster Sergeant Juan Fernando. OF HONORABLE MENTION OR 

SERGEANTS. FIF CLASS ' 

Marcelino de la Cruz. 

Cayetano Caolian. COOKS. 

Lucas Cabarang. 

Emilio Gerona. Mariano Libao. 

Angel Calaspra. Alejandro Labanpa. 

Teodorico Gayatin. 

MUSICIANS. 

CORPORALS. 

Felipe Catagui. 

Esmael Ninos. Hilario Calantuan. 

Primo Robles. 

Modesto Gargaritano. 

Cornelio Gusman. ARTIFICER. 

Manuel Gelsana. 

Pomposo Pagharion. Bartolome Cambronero. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



163 



PRIVATES. 



Vicente Alvarez. 
Jose Armintia. 
Basilio Verdeblanco. 
Bernaldo Beroncal. 
Arcadio Cabarles. 
Eusebio Cabalfin. 
Bonifacio Cabalfin. 
Gelacio Cabangbang. 
Juan Cabusbusan. 
Paulo Cadiz. 
Ponciano Caldito. 
Eugenio Calayco. 
Antonio Caluag. 
Catalino Calibjo. 
Maximo Caniban. 
Apolonio Cambare. 
Marcelo Camposano. 
Martin Cambronero. 
Patricio Canabal. 
Januario Celestial. 
Bartolome Dioso. 
Catalino Doronila. 
Donate Israel. 
Miguel Etchenagocia. 
Bacilio Francisco. 
Pastor Gacurra. 
Santiago Gentelizo. 
Timoteo Hingco. 
Guillermo Magabilen. 
Carlos Maravilla. 
Augustin Mondejar. 
Anselmo Mondolado. 
Mauricio Morales. 
Santiago Ortega. 
Paulino Ricardo. 
Marcelino Resardo. 
Celedonio Salde. 
Roman Suplico. 
Arcadio Torina. 



Mamerto Villanueva. 
Justo Tumayao. 
Valentin Arcenio. 
Juan Bartolome. 
Antonio Bernal. 
Mariano Buaya. 
Felipe Cabarles. 
Cesario Cabangbang. 
Raymundo Cabillon. 
Severino Caelian. 
Silvestre Calad 
Santiago Calasajan. 
Lucas Calisura. 
Meliton Calumno. 
Feliciano Calumpiano. 
Ignacio Altura. 
Antonio Camarinas. 
Demetrio Camposano. 
Cleto Camina. 
Lucas Capaque. 
Prospero del Rosario. 
Juan Dominguez. 
Raymundo Ducado. 
Bernardino Esmaquilan. 
Policarpo Fernandez. 
Felix Flores. 
Venancio Genoni. 
Domingo Gonzales. 
Saturnine Jaro. 
Alejandro Manlapas. 
Ponciano Matzan. 
Ramon Monton. 
Estevan Nobleza. 
Antallo Palasaga. 
Eusebio Refe. 
Calixto Salcedo. 
Alejandro Sarmiento. 
Mateo Tengocia. 
Jacinto Trompita. 
Alejo Vansule. 
Hilario Ygnacio. 



24TH COMPANY PHILIPPINE SCOUTS. 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF BRONZE MEDAL OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 

First Sergeant Pascual Manrique. 
Quartermaster Sergeant Casciano Galano. 

SERGEANTS. 

Martin Aduan. 
Feliciano Arcangel. 
Emeliano Vasquez. 
Emeterio Asis. 
Roque Tomase. 
Agapito Padilla. 



CORPORALS. 



Pascual Dacanay. 
Matias Suyot. 
Alejandro Loyola. 
Miguel Mangibin. 
Gregorio Soliven. 
Baltazar Andrada. 
Eduardo Catudan. 
Regino Matias. 
Sebastian Bernabe. 
Nicomedes de la Cruz. 



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MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF HONORABLE MENTION OR 

FIFTH CLASS. 



COOKS. 



Sixto Catudan. 
Feliciano Roguian. 

MUSICIANS. 

Felix Gusman. 
Domingo Ynigo. 

ARTIFICER. 
Ciriaco Fernandez. 

PRIVATES. 

Marcos Acosta. 
Santiago Agunat. 
Mariano Alambra. 
Tomas Andrada. 
Antonio Arguelles. 
Felipe Ascueta. 
Dionicio Abuan. 
Victoriano Aginaldo. 
Ambrosio Apostol. 
Vidal Bariento. 
Soterio Bernabe. 
Santiago Bollalayao. 
Fernando Baklid. 
Bonifacio Cacho. 
Brigido Cabansag. - 
Fermin Cabanatan. 
Matias Cabato. 
Domingo Cadatal. 
Ysidoro Cardinoza. 
Francisco Casanova. 
Timoteo Casanova. 
Norberto Castolo. 
Cirilo Dacanay. 
Rufino Daus. 
Valentin Daquigan. 
Gregorio Dumbrigue. 
Cesario Domingo. 
Gervacio Domingo. 
Vidal Domingo. 



Pedro Ferrer. 
Jose Franco. 
Augustin Garcia. 
Dionicio Garcia. 
Domingo Huerto. 
Estanislao Joven. 
Nicomedes Layotan. 
Benito Layaoen. 
Bernardo Layaoen. 
German Legaspi. 
Lorenzo Legaspi. 
Julian Macabeo. 
Pascual Malabac. 
Vicente Mamaba. 
Pedro Mendoza. 
Marcelo Chico. 
Agapito Cruz. 
Cesario de la Cruz. 
Policarpo Macadangdang. 
Alejandro Olmo. 
Teodolfo Paliso. 
Julian Pulpolaan. 
Eugenio Ranada. 
Filomeno Reyes. 
Pedro Rodriguez. 
Clemente Rondero. 
Honorato Salinas. 
Daniel Sigay. 
Rafael Salvador. 
Vicente Tadeo. 
Gregorio Tamase. 
Felix Valencia. 
Timoteo Vidal. 
Raymundo Miranda. 
Benito Morla. 
Sulpicio Manrique. 
Pedro Mueses. 
Torcuato Pacquing. 
Apolinario Pascua. 
Catalino Ramos. 
Guillermo Real. 
Ygnacio Reyes. 
Veronico Rofisan. 
Perfecto Rosero. 
Mariano Santos. 
Andres Soriano. 
Teodorico Sibucao. 
Silvestre Tamase. 
Leon Valdez. 
Alejandro Velasquez. 
Alejandro Visaya. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



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4TH COMPANY PHILIPPINE SCOUTS, 



MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF BRONZE MEDAL, OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 

First Sergeant Cornelio Ramos. 
Quartermaster Sergeant Martin Lugtu. 

SERGEANTS. 

Moises Sunga. 
Mateo Pabalate. 
Francisco Bautista. 
Enrique Palad. 
Pedro Panganiban. 
Ciriaco Bonifacio. 

CORPORALS. 

Mamerto Garcia. 
Gregorio Lagman. 
Cornelio Reyes. 
Benito Yumang. 
Juan Garcia. 
Juan Sunga. 
Leon Trono. 
Marcelo Mendoza. 
Bonifacio Sunga. 
Pablo del Prado. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, WITH DIPLOMA 

OF HONORABLE MENTION, OR 

FIFTH CLASS. 

COOKS. 

Francisco Lugtu. 
Maximino Salangsang. 

MUSICIANS. 

Juan Reyes. 

Julian Laquindanum. 

ARTIFICER. 
Cornelio Manansala. 

PRIVATES. 

Alfonzo, Pedro. 
Anastacio, Timoteo. 
Anicete, Juan. 
Bautista, Alejandro. 
Bautista, Andres. 



Bautista, Eleuterio. 
Bautista, Felipe. 
Bernaldo, Apolonio. 
Bernalte, Fausto. 
Bueno, Manuel. 
Busbus, Rufino. 
Cabaltera, Policarpio. 
Cabrera, Mariano. 
Carlos, Roman. 
Cabrera, Bernabe. 
Cabrera, Simproso. 
Caylao, Juan, 
de Ocampo, Alfonzo. 
de Ocampo, Francisco, 
de los Reyes, Pelagio. 
Dison, Damaso. 
Dison, Lorenso. 
Ducut, Apolonio. 
Evangelista, Manuel. 
Flores, Ambrosio. 
Flores, Mariano. 
Guevara, Benito. 
Guinto, Eugenio. 
Guinto, Marcos. 
Lacanlale, Rufino. 
Lagman, Victorio. 
Laquindanum, Tomas. 
Laxamana, Pablo. 
Lobo, Alberto. 
Lobo, Matias. 
Macalino, Graciano. 
Macalino, Hugo. 
Magat, Apolonio. 
Magat, Juan. 
Maglalang, Tomas. 
Magtutu, Cipriano. 
Mallari, Engracio. 
Mallari, Eugenio. 
Mallari, Juan No. 2. 
Manansala, Andres. 
Manansala, Cornelio. 
Manansala, Diego. 
Manansala, Dionicio, 
Manansala, Eulogio. 
Manansala, Mateo. 
Manlapas, Teodoro. 
Meneses, Cayetano. 
Montano, Simon. 
Musni, Juan. 
Palo, Camilo. 
Palo, Severino. 
Pangan, Andres. 
Ramos, Ypolito. 
Salalac, Mateo. 
Salalac, Victor. 
Sicat, Ypolito. 
Sicat, Policarpio. 



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Sonza, Casimiro. 
Suing, Donate. 
Suing, Prudencio. 
Suing, Silverio. 
Sunga, Ciriaco. 
Sunga, Natalio. 
Sunga, Quintin. 
Tolentino, Fulgencio. 
Torno, Julian. 
Tubig, Faustino. 
Tubig, Mamerto. 
Tuman, Victor. 
Viray, Apolonio. 
Viray, Fortunate. 
, Gabriel. 



Viray, Luis. 
Yabut, Engracio. 
Yambao, Felipe. 
Yumang, Simon. 

BATTALION NON-COMMISSIONED 
STAFF. 

MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 
OF BRONZE MEDAL, OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 
Sergeant Major Ygnacio Abelino. 



PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION GUARDS. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 
OF SILVER MEDAL, OR THIRD 

CLASS. 

Stanley M. Riggs, Chief Inspector. 
Wesley Mader, Asst. Insp. 
C. H. Rosborough, Asst. Insp. 

MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF BRONZE MEDAL, OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 

James Dent, Asst. Insp. 

C. A. Ballance. 

E. J. Biby. 

J. Brandon. 

R. S. Brooks. 

C. B. Cahusac. 

E. R. Callahan. 

Guy Cox. 

Ed Darley. 

W. Dickinson. 

H. Flore. 



J. C. French. 
C. E. Grinstead. 
H. Hake. 

C. M. Hess. 

M. L. Highsmith. 
A. C. Johnston. 

E. M. Lake. 
H. Lang. 

J. Lawrence. 
R. V. Lewis. 

F. H. Lockheart. 
A. Lyons. 

D. H. Magaw. 
M. S. Mallory. 
J. Maxwell. 
K. McKanse. 
J. McKee. 

R. McKee. 
A. Neldosa. 
J. R. Philips. 
J. C. Piper. 
M. G. Smith. 
D. J. Sullivan. 
C. W. Waldren. 
T. P. Walsh. 
O. Weger. 
R. A. West. 



FILIPINO STUDENTS. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF HONORABLE MENTION, OR 

FIFTH CLASS. 

Timoteo Abaya. 
Juan R. Abelino. 
Rafael Acosta. 
Bernardo Agana. 



Romarico Agcaoili. 
Andres Aguilar. 
Digno Alba. 
Candido M. Alcazar. 
Orencio Aligada. 
Ramon J. Alvarez. 
Silverio Apostol. 
Jose A. Arboleda. 
Apolinario Baltazar. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



167 



Carlos Barretto. 
Jose Batungbacal. 
Mariano Belledo. 
George Bocobo. 
Firmo S. Borja. 
Pablo Bueno. 
Jose X. Burgos. 
Joseph F. Cabrera. 
Mariano B. Carbonell. 
Mariano M. Cruz. 
Francisco Delgado. 
Anastacio Donate. 
Gregorio Espinola. 
Jose Espiritu. 
Asterio Favis. 
Vicente Fernandez. 
Gabriel P. Flores. 
Arsenio Formoso. 
Vicente Fragante. 
Silvino Gallarde. 
Arturo Garcia, 
Jose Gomez. 
Liborio Gomez. 
Isaias P. Gonzaga. 
Jose Gonzalez. 
Potenciano Guazon. 
Segundo Hipilito. 
Hipolito Hernando. 
Marceliano Hidalgo. 
Ludovico Hidrosollo. 
Estevan Ibalio. 
Eustacio S. Ilustre. 
Delfin Jaranilla. 
Mariano de Joy a. 
Marshal Kasilag. 
Fidel Larracas. 
Pacifico Laygo. 
Francisco Llamado. 
Roque Lomibao. 
Carlos Lopez. 
Saturnine Lopez. 
Vicente G. Manalo. 
Gregorio Manuel. 
Canon Monasterial. 



Mariano Mondoviedo. 
Rafael Montenegro. 
Ciriaco Morada. 
Jose Munoz. 
Pablo Nacion. 
Ramon Nakpil. 
Domingo Natividad. 
Leon J. Nava. 
Antonio Nera. 
Miguel Nicdao. 
Jose M. Nieva. 
Ramon Ochoa. 
Florentine Oliver. 
Lorenzo Onrubia. 
Balbino Palmarez. 
Gregorio Paredes. 
Ildefonso Patdu. 
Ernesto R. Quirino. 
Emilia Quisumbing. 
Eduardo Ramirez. 
Gregorio Ramirez. 
Joaquin Ramos. 
Justo Ramos. 
Francisco Reyes. 
Jose A. Reyna. 
Jose Rivera. 
Mateo Roco. 
Ignacio del Rosario. 
Pelagio Ruiz. 
Domingo San Jose. 
Alejandro Santos. 
Jose G. Sanvictores. 
Pedro Serrano. 
Andres Sevilla. 
Antonio Sison. 
Benito Sunga. 
Alfonso Tuason. 
Hilarion L. Valderas. 
Jose Valdez. 
Felix Valencia. 
Vicente Varela. 
Natalio Velez. 
Martin P. de Veyra. 
Emilio Villaneuva. 



VISAYAN VILLAGE. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 



OF SILVER MEDAL, OR THIRD 
CLASS. 

W. C. Ayer, Manager Visayan Village 

Theatre. 
J. F. Bromfield, Manager Visayan Village 

Market. 

Juan Deloso, Director of Orchestra, Iloilo. 
Rev. Fr. Manul Peypoch, S. J., St. Louis. 



OF BRONZE MEDAL, OR FOURTH 
CLASS. 

Consolacion Agudo. 
Carlos Arana., 
Melencio Arana. 
Consuelo Asuncion. 
Dionisio Asuncion. 
Aurelio Avellar. 



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Guillermo Baylen. 

Feliciana Belarmino. 

Daniel Belvis. 

Francisco Berlin. 

Macario Candelaria. 

Agapito Castro. 

Juan Conjugacion. 

Emilio Constantino. 

Pedro Coronel. 

Emiliana Dayro. 

Juan Deloso, Jr. 

Leon Dolor. 

Maria Dolores. 

Rosa Estores. 

Escolastica Flores. 

Fortunato Franco. 

Jose Franco. 
Luisa Franco. 
Salud Franco. 
Salud Funcion. 
Silvestre Gordoncillo. 
Sisto Granf el. 
Fortunata Gregorio. 
Graciana Gregorio. 
Vicente Gregorio. 
Marciana Huerbana. 
Ignacio Jardinico. 
Baldomera Javier. 
Fructuoso Jimenez. 
Andres Ponce de Leon. 
Andrea Linqueco. 
Eleuteria Linqueco. 
Maria de la Paz Linqueco. 
Teresa Lopez. 
Sinforosa Lumugdan. 
Felipe Macabinta. 
Filemon Magbanua. 
Josefina Maquiling. 
Ceferino Maranon. 
Quintin Maranon. 
Ruperto Martinez. 
Francisca Marsan. 
Benedicta Maying. 
Saturnina Maysing. 



Crispina Molinae. 

Eufemia Montana. 

Arcadia Montero. 

Jose Monteyro. 

Albina Mosquera. 

Rita Obseman. 

Epifanio Octaviano. 

Pantaloon Octaviano. 

Aurelia Ormas. 

Francisca Ormas. 

Clothilde Jiz de Ortega. 

Natividad Jiz de Ortega. 

Vicente Jiz de Ortega. 

Ignacia Osano. 

Genoveva Palma. 

Sisto Palma. 

Maria de la Paz. 

Mansueto Perez. 

Apolonio Quesada. 

Fernando Ramirez. 

Marina Ramirez. 

Teresa Ramirez. 

Sofia Secreto. 

Romualdo Sejub. 

Pablo Sequito. 

Silvestre Sigre. 

Fernando Silva. 
Louis Francis Silva. 
Procesa Silva. 
Ruperto Silva. 
Saturnina Silva. 
Gervacio Simeras. 
Ignacio Sindico. 
Rufino Siuagan. 
Leoncio Sobo. 
Jose Sobremesana. 
Emilio Sornillo. 
Vivencio Sossa. 
Ciriaca Sultania. 
Tomas Superio. 
Maria Tiquin. 
Tomas Torres. 
Rosendo Velasquez. 
Julian Villanueva. 
Elias Yosay. 
Encarnacion Yulo. 



SAMAL MORO VILLAGE. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 
" OF GOLD MEDAL, OR SECOND 

CLASS. 
Datto Facundo. 

MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 
OF SILVER MEDAL, OR THIRD 

CLASS. 

W. A. Long, Asst. Manager. 
Ralph McFie, Asst. Manager. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF BRONZE MEDAL, OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 

Baja. 

Dabat. 

Danga. 

Facdac. 

Tapsin. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



169 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 


Lapuchi. 




Leoc. 


OF HONORABLE MENTION, OR 


Maldani. 


FIFTH CLASS. 


Mandan. 




Manjane. 


Acong. 


Melasig. 




Momma. 


Amil. 






Ormo. 


Anis. 


Sala. 


Arsenio. 


Salalia. 


Arum. 


Sampili. 


Badin. 


Samsia. 


Balila. 


Sarangban. 


Bulang. 


Sardini. 


Dauami. 


Sumlia. 


Ebid. 


Tabac. 


Galo. 


Tandua. 


Iman Ylali. 


Tingi. 


Juli. 


Uby. 


Kiedahom. 


Ucat. 



LAKE LANAO MORO VILLAGE. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF SILVER MEDAL, OR THIRD 

CLASS. 

Datto Asirtne. 

Mandae Cochero. 

Sultan Demasanki. 

Fabiano. 

Priest Lumbayanagi. 

Sultan Pitilan. 

MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF BRONZE MEDAL, OR 

FOURTH CLASS. 

Sultan Ambuli. 
Sultan Ambulong. 
Datto Marahui. 
Sultan Songhalli. 
Sumdude. 
Sultan Sungud. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF HONORABLE MENTION, OR 

FIFTH CLASS. 

Anac. 

Batingolo. 

Calunang. 

Decol. 

Didi. 

Guerguy. 

Lelang. 

Lemigas. 

Lucsumama. 

Lugian. 

Macetoian. 

Maguman. 

Mariano. 

Ominen. 

Oracco. 

Pagunyan. 

Panero. 

Pedro. 

Sagumbar. 

Saledoain. 

Samper. 

Talib. 

Temon. 

Toker. 



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BAGOBO VISAGE. 



MEDAL OP HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 
OF SILVER MEDAL, OR THIRD 

CLASS. 
Domingo Claver. 

MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF HONORABLE MENTION, OR 

FIFTH CLASS. 

Abe. 

Akil. 

Juan Alang. 
Bulan Amboc. 
Simeon Auti. 
Anget Ayang. 
Modesto Barrera. 
Uilano Ele. 
Lorenzo Eqmanon. 



Juan Ida. 
Ubal Ido. 
Dausa Inaba. 
Laurino Lasiban. 
Domingo Leal. 
Daniel Matote. 
Santiago Palad. 
Tomafi Talima. 
Julian Tamayo. 
Maximo Torreno. 
Antonio Ulano. 
Ramon Untas. 



WOMEN. 



Amayan. 
Josefa Catmog. 
Tomasa Dugoy. 
Dominga Duman. 
Ginang Gonzalez. 
Hermojena Idanan. 
Filomena Mandian. 
Paula Unsay. 



IGOROT VILLAGE. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF GOLD MEDAL, OR SECOND 

CLASS. 

Antonio, Chief Bontoc Igorots. 

MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF SILVER MEDAL, OR THIRD 

CLASS. 

A. M. Pettit, Asst. Manager. 
Mrs. Adele G. Wilkius, Vienna. 
Bayungasin, Chief, Suyoc Igorots. 
Ysiguan, Presidente of the Tinguianes. 

MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF BRONZE MEDAL, OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 

Julio Balanaug, Assistant. 
Lazardo Bibit. Assistant. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF HONORABLE MENTION, OR 

FIFTH CLASS. 

BONTOC IGOROTS. 

Aggos. 

Francisca Alejio. 

Alonney. 

Angay. 

Angpeo. 

Petra Antonio. 

Aongay. 

Apagquat. 

Petra Arranz. 

Asil. 

Aspil. 

Attao. 

Maria Belanaug. 

Ballicas. 

Benigna. 

Bomatang. 

Pedro Bonito. 

Caboyas. 

Antero Cabrara. 

Caplaan. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



171 



Caplis. 


SUYOC IGOROTS. 


Chainen. 




Chonegma. 


Aponen. 


Congo. 


Bacosen. 


Cortapia. 


Basgnuid. 


Dagumay. 


Bilig. 


Domingo. 


Caluten. 


Faclamgan. 


Cuytop. 


Falagsay. 


Dangusan. 


Falingao. 


Domona. 


Fangove. 


Lagney. 


Fattane. 


Lubuc. 


Fongging. 


Madenis. 


Ladoy. 


Maura. 


Langilang. 


Obleka. 


Lape. 


Paguin. 


Limangan. 


Pedro. 


Liney. 


Pig. 


Liney. 


Polican. 


Locogan. 


Sadipan. 


Logindot. 


Sagued. 


Loiod. 


Saperono. 


Lomioes. 


Singwa. 


Losnoy. 


Sudong. 


Maiyoc. 


Tugmena. 


Mangenteo. 


Utingni. 


Mariano. 




Ngole. 




Ogoy. 


TINGUIANES. 


Ossey. 




Padagueg. 


Aonen. 


Pangamy. 


Apaling. 


Pelo. 


Balanay. 


Pinmaing. 


Balog. 


Ponchad. 


Beitado. 


Puiasen. 


Bungay. 


Rsacla. 


Cadalig. 


Rufina. 


Catilano. 


Sabyan. 


Danangan. 


Semey. 


Lagban. 


Soecag. 


Latacan. 


Soy am. 


Paloay. 


Soyan. 


Pangao. 


Tidioy. 


Taguiay. 


Isidore Tuason. 


Ulasim. 


Ynis. 


Valen. 


Ytitan. 


Yblogan. 



NEGRITO VILLAGE. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF SILVER MEDAL, OR THIRD 

CLASS. 

G. W. Fairley, Asst. Manager, 
lamot, Capitan of the Tribe. 



MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 

OF BRONZE MEDAL, OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 

Ibag. 

Quintero Mendoza. 

Pedro Semilla. 

Valeriano Mendoza Soriano. 



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MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA 


Luisa. 




Marisa. 


OF HONORABLE MENTION, OR 


Miliong. 


FIFTH CLASS. 


Ninoy. 




Onda. 


Andang. 


Polonia. 


Andia. 


Rufino. 


Basilio. 


Sebia. 


Bihinang. 


Teresa. 


Carmen. 


Tiberio. 


Claro. 


Tili. 


Filomena. 


Toyang. 


Humalin. 


Zayas. 


Jorge. 




Jose. 


MANGYANES. 


Juan. 




Kamahlan. 


Dalionan. 


Kario. 


Kario. 


Kika. 


Sabong. 


Kiko. 


Sinhigan. 



VISAYAN MIDGETS. 

MEDAL OF HONOR WITH DIPLOMA OF BRONZE MEDAL, OR FOURTH 

CLASS. 
Juan de la Cruz, Iloilo. Martina de la Cruz, Iloilo. 



Sanctioned and Promulgated in conformity with the Resolution of the 
Superior Jury of the Philippine International Jury of Awards of October 14th, 
by the committee appointed by the same. 



[Signed] 



WILLIAM P. WILSON, 

First Vice-President. 

GUSTAVO NIKDKRLEIN, 

Secretary. 

LEON M. GUERRERO, 

Assistant Secretary. 



St. Louis, Mo., December 1, 1904. 



OFFICIAL LIST OF AWARDS. 



173 



ADDITIONAL LIST OF MEDALS OF HONOR. 
GOLD MEDAL OR SECOND CLASS. 



Dr. Alejandro Albert, Manila, P. -I. 

Hon. John M. Allen, Washington, D. C. 

Gregorio Araneta, Solicitor General, 
Manila, P. I. 

Juan A. Araneta, Maao, Negros Occ. 

Cay etano Arellano, Chief Justice, Manila, 
P. I. 

Tomas Arguelles, Manila, P. I. 

Dr. Fred Atkinson, care of Bureau of 
Insular Affairs, Washington, D. C. 

Charles S. Banks, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. Frederick A. Betts, Member Su- 
perior Jury. 

Marcial Calleja, Manila, P. I. 

Alfredo de Castro, Manila, P. I. 

Felipe Calderon, Manila, P. I. 

M. 0. Chance, care of Secretary of War, 
Washington, D. C. 

Ramon B. Genato, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. Martin H. Glynn, Member Superior 
Jury. 

Hon. Laurence H. Grahame, Member 
Superior Jury. 

Guillermo Gomez, Manila, P. I. 

Manuel de Iriarte, Manila, P. I. 

John H. Landis, Superintendent U. S. 
Mint, Philadelphia. 

Ceferino de Leon, Manila, P. I. 

Juan de Leon, Manila, P. I. 

Hon. William Lindsay, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent Superior Jury. 

Leoncio G. Liquete, Manila, P. I. 

Vicente Llamas, Manila, P. I. 

Jose de Loyzaga y Ageo, Manila, P. I. 

Eusebio Luzuriaga, Manila, P. I. 



Dr. Manuel Gomez Martinez, Manila, P. I. 
Alejandro R. Mendoza, Manila. P. I. 
Enrique Mendiola, Manila, P. I. 
Hon. John F. Miller, Member Superior 

Jury. 
Hon. George W. McBride, Member 

Superior Jury. 

Vicente Nepomuceno, Manila, P. I. 
Vicente Noel, Manila, P. I. 
Leon Novenario, Manila, P. I. 
Hon. Juan Pimentel, Manila, P. I. 
John Biddle Porter, care of Bureau 

Insular Affairs, Washington, D. C. 
Jose Quadras, Sr., Manila, P. I. 
Mariano M. Ramirez, Manila, P. I. 
Rafael 0. Ramos, Manila, P. I. 
Jose Rivera, Manila, P. I. 
Alejandro Roces, Paete, Laguna. 
Dr. Baldomero Roxas, Manila, P. I. 
Gen. Jos. P. Sanger, Director Philippine 

Census. 
John C. Scofield, War Dept., Washington, 

D. C. 
Hon. Philip D. Scott, Member Superior 

Jury. 

Vincente Singson, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. 
Manuel Sityar, Manila, P. I. 
Juan Sumulung, Manila, P. I. 
Hon. John M. Thurston, Member Superior 

Jury. 

W. C. Tipton, Manila, P. I. 
Isabelo Tampinco, Manila, P. I. 
Gervasio Unson, Manila, P. I. 
Fr. Raymundo Velazquez, Manila, P. I. 
Dr. W." S. Washburn, Manila, P. I. 
L. R. Wilfley, Attorney Gen. Manila, P.I. 



Sanctioned and promulgated in conformity with the Resolution of the Superior 
Jury of the Philippine International Jury of Awards of October 14th, by the committee 
appointed by the same. 



[Signed] 



WILLIAM P. WILSON, 

First Vice-President. 

GUSTAVO NIEDERLEIN, 

Secretary. 

LEON M. GUERRERO, 

Assistant Secretary. 



ST. Louis, Mo., December 11, 1904. 



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